BB101 Weekly

x
Enter your email address Below to Download the Report: Social Security Maximization, a Must Read Guide for Those Retired or Nearing Retirement.
Privacy Policy: We hate SPAM and promise to keep your email address safe.

Should You Pay Off That Mortgage Early?

The amount of money that you have is what you have, and if you want to allocate some of it somewhere, you are likely taking it away from somewhere else. You are losing an opportunity in one area, to capture an opportunity somewhere else because, specifically in the short term, your financial resources are finite. [...]

The Number That Can Define Your Future

Our society today is very focused on the quantifiable characteristics of a person. What was your GPA? How much money do you make? How many years' experience do you have? But there is one number that is becoming more and more critical, and it is often ignored by millions of Americans. It is a number that can determine whether someone gets a home, a job, maybe even a spouse. [...]

March Madness and Your Investment Strategy

March Madness college basketball is in full swing, and no matter what team you cheer for, it's an exciting time of year. When I watch many of the games, I can't help but see the strategy behind the game. Believe it or not, there are a number of similarities between a successful sports team and a successful financial plan. Game management is much like portfolio management, and just as there are nervous parents watching the games, there are a lot of nervous investors watching their portfolios. [...]

The "Middle Generation-of Your Financial Responsibility

We have written a few articles recently about parents trying to help their children become financially responsible adults.  We've talked about young kids, high school aged kids, even early adult aged kids. Many people think that parents are so vigilant about their kid's financial future because they love them and want them to be successful.  But deep down, all of use parents know that a few decades down the road, the tides will turn, and it will be those same kids that will be charged with protecting the parent's well-being.have written a few articles recently about parents trying to help their children become financially responsible adults.  We've talked about young kids, high school aged kids, even early adult aged kids. Many people think that parents are so vigilant about their kid's financial future because they love them and want them to be successful.  But deep down, all of use parents know that a few decades down the road, the tides will turn, and it will be those same kids that will be charged with protecting the parent's well-being. [...]

< 0 of 67 >
Content