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Reaching Your Savings Goals

            Last week we reported that a major financial company has recommend a savings goal of 8 times annual salary by the age of 67. Now people want to know how an average family making $60,000 per year can possibly save 8 times that, or $480,000

The key is to break down the savings goal into realistic components and tackle them one at a time.

First you should own your own…

Savings Still Key to Financial Freedom

            In a recent survey, it was found that the average 60 year old has only $114,500 in his 401(K) account. However, because of those with high savings balances, the average actually overstated the situation. In fact, half have less than $37,300 in their 401(K) accounts.

 

A major financial company advises that an individual should target savings to be 8 times…

George Washington’s Secrets for Winning Your War of Independence

              With the President’s Day holiday coming up on February 16, we thought it would be a good time to apply some wisdom from our greatest President, George Washington, to your financial war of independence.

Like you, George Washington faced a much stronger and richer opponent as he struggled to gain freedom from oppression. Like your oppressors, his enemies wer…

Income Inequality and Prosperity

            The Big Government people say that the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. They want the Government to do something when, in fact the Government is the cause of the problem.

 

It is true the spread between the richest and poorest Americans has been widening. The Government has been printing money to support its out of control spending,…

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Rendering unto Caesar

 

February 3 is the Anniversary of the Income Tax. Originally sold to the public as a scheme to soak the rich (Where have we heard this before? See our 1/9/13 Blog “Over the Fiscal Cliff Again”), it soon became apparent that the rich alone could not support our expansive government. Now 144 million Income Tax returns are filed and Americans pay over a trillion dollars every year…

Tax Free Debt Forgiveness

 

It’s that time of year again. Creditors who have forgiven debts are sending out IRS Form 1099’s for the amount of the debt forgiveness. And people are wondering if they are going to be taxed on their debt forgiveness.

The answer for most people is No. The reason is that even the Congress and the IRS know that you can’t get blood out of a turnip. So if your assets (less hom…

Financial Freedom Lessons from Dr. King

              On January 19 the country will celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, an Emancipator who, like Abraham Lincoln, became a martyr to freedom. And, like Abraham Lincoln, Dr. King’s life had many lessons for those looking to achieve financial freedom.

The first thing we can learn is that freedom is worth a sacrifice. Dr. King was reviled, threatened, and…

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Avoiding Debt Traps

              The richest man who ever lived, King Solomon, famously warned that “the borrower is slave to the lender”.

How true. But those of us who are not counted among the wealthy are nevertheless forced to deal with debt as we make our way through the modern world. Debt is not a sin, as the Bible gives instructions on how to have debt but not, for example, on how to…