Sunday , 25 February 2018


Retirement Planning

Consider Your Risk Tolerance When Allocating Stocks To Your Portfolio – Here’s Why

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There is a common notion that stocks, at least if held for a long-time, outperform other assets [and, as such,] should be the cornerstone of any long-term portfolio. [While that is indeed true,] it is best to focus first on how much you are able and willing to lose (i.e. what risk you are able and willing to bear) when determining the optimal allocation for your portfolio. [Only] then [should you] think about what potential investment returns you might be able to capture. [Let me explain.] Words: 1503

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4 Ways to Shelter Your Wealth & Pay Less Taxes

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Overall tax rates are going to continue creeping higher in the years ahead so take advantage of every legal means you can to shelter your wealth and watch it grow with as little interference from Uncle Sam as you can. Here are 4 such ways to do just that - pay less taxes!

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Many Financial Advisors Are “Super-Slimy”! Here’s Why

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The odds are that you will run out of money in retirement and much of the reason can be attributed to the "super-slimy" so-called financial advisors who are bleeding savers dry as they line their own pockets with excessive fees at the expense of their clients. Here are the details:

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The World’s 10 Best Bang-for-your-Buck Retirement Destinations For 2015

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With spiraling costs compelling more and more North Americans to retire overseas, retiring abroad has never been more attractive. That being said, finding the right location among the myriad options available can be daunting, and that’s what our Annual Global Retirement Index does. Below is a list of the 10 best bang-for-your buck retirement destinations on the planet.

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