via USA Today As a group, Americans are woefully underprepared for retirement. Roughly 1 in 3 don’t have anything at all saved for retirement, according to a spring 2016 survey by finance portal GoBankingRates.com.
via The Motley Fool With retirement right around the corner, now’s the time to formulate and stick to a plan.
via Money CNN Personally, I’ve had enough of people complaining about Millennials and our awful job, money management, and social skills. While I can’t speak to the job and social components, it turns out we’ve done something much better than […]
via Orlando Business Journal The Orlando area continues to lead the state in job creation, adding 50,900 new private-sector jobs over the year in November, Gov. Rick Scott announced today.
Via Washington Post Various real estate entities have weighed in with their prognostications for the 2017 housing market. Most observers expect home sales and prices to moderate in the coming year. They say suburbs will make a comeback while the […]
via Forbes Since the creation of individual retirement accounts (“IRAs”) the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) has always permitted an IRA or other retirement account to purchase, hold, or flip real estate. In fact, it states it right on the […]
via CBS News Thinking about buying or selling a home next year? No matter what your real estate goals, it’s good to learn everything you can in order to make the best deal.
via Inc. Description: Growth Equity Group, headquartered in Chicago, Illinois continues to empower individuals to move beyond status quo with their revolutionary self-directed retirement investment strategy. They call it the GEG Solution, and in 2015 they were awarded the Chicago […]
Contributed by Patricia Sanders from Debtconsolidationcare.com. Why are self-directed IRAs so popular? It’s because they give you plenty of investment choices – mutual funds, bonds, energy, real estate, stocks, etc. You can invest where you’re comfortable or you have profound […]
via BizJournals Loyal to our cause and does not give up in hard times.