Thursday , 16 August 2018


Finance

The 10 Best Places to Retire in Mexico

Below is an unbiased look at the best places in Mexico to retire - with real pros and cons - to help you make an informed decision as to which best meets your needs, interests and ambitions. Read on!

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Majority of NBA & NFL Players Go Bankrupt Within 5 Years – Here’s Why

The average professional athlete in the U.S. will make more in one season than most of us earn in our entire lives yet, despite those staggering salaries, 78% of NFL players, 60% of NBA players and a very large percentage of MLB players file for bankruptcy within five years of retirement. Let's take a look at 5 possible reasons why the average athlete is destined to go (quickly) from fame to shame.

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Gold Confiscation: How Likely Is It To Happen Again?

Bron Suchecki, in an interview with Gregor Gregerson, discusses: •gold confiscation (like when FDR issued Executive Order 6102 in 1933), •how likely it is to happen again and •the possible impact of the occurrence of a gold confiscation event on different assets: bullion, jewelry, mining stocks and numismatics.

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10 Ways To Retire Early

Do you really want to spend more than 40 years of your life working? Do you really want to wait until after age 65 before finally allowing yourself to retire? There's no rule you have to wait that long. What do many early retirees have in common? Let's examine some common characteristics.

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Break the Debt Cycle & Start Living Within Your Means – Here’s How

Although the median household income in 2016 was $60,000, the average American family actually owes more than $100,000 in debt. Habitually buying more than you can afford, and juggling bills or relying on loans and credit cards...could get you to the point where it feels like you’re working simply to pay bills. No one wants to feel that way. Therefore, you need to break the debt cycle and start living within your means. Just how do you do that? There are a lot of ways you can get there, but here are a few suggestions:

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Here’s What Happens If You Don’t Have A Will In Place When You Die

Americans are really falling down on the job when it comes to estate planning in part because we just don't want to think about our own mortality and it can be hard to worry too much about what will happen to our assets after we're gone since we won't be around to see it but dying intestate does have some pretty serious consequences, even though you won't be the one experiencing them. Here's the sobering truth about what happens if you don't have a will in place when you die.

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