The Challenges with the Rich Dad Poor Dad Strategy
Today, we’ll look at the big numbers behind the “fiscal cliff” and what it could herald for investors of U.S. stocks and bonds.
While this rate now stands at 15 percent, several government plans, if realized, may push this rate to as high as 30 percent, which would amount to a doubling of fees that investors currently pay on their hard-earned income.
One group of professionals who will see completely unjustified tax hikes are individual investors.
Today, we’ll examine the different kinds of residences on the market and what opportunities or challenges come with them.
In this article, we’ll examine the various disadvantages of bonds, how they can potentially harm investors’ financial well-being and what avenues of opportunity are available for those who want to exit the fixed-income market.
Unlike a yield-producing bond, a rental home provides investors with a way to make significant cash each month.
In this volatile financial climate, it’s vital to find avenues of investment that will not only maximize your profits but also lay the groundwork for future revenue.
The next presentation will be Tuesday evening, September 4th, 2012 at 9 PM (EDT). Please send your friends to www.join.me/yoursuccess