Archive for category Investment

College Saving Misconceptions

    Scholarship Relief Parents are often off base when planning for their child’s college education funding. For example, 56% of parents expect scholarships to help pay for college. In actuality, the largest percentage of students receiving scholarships in any year between 1999 and 2008 was 6.9% Therefore, if your plan is to have your […]

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Economic Rebounding: Use the Rule of 72

  The economy is slowing turning around, albeit much slower than most of us would like to see. Rebounding from devalued investment, savings and/or retirement accounts  continues to be a challenge. Learning The Rule of 72 is one of the best tools you can embrace for help in putting a rebound plan together.   Simply […]

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Retirement Confidence Survey

  Up three percentage points up from an all time low in 2009, the percentage of American workers who feel “very confident” that they will have enough money for a comfortable retirement is 16%. Not to play Devil’s Advocate, but we really need to rephrase that: 84% of the American workforce doesn’t think they’re going […]

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