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Plan Your Finances for a Happy Retired Life

by TheProAdvisor on February 7, 2011

Today’s post is a guest written article from Angela Brown, a friend from London, England (UK).  Angela was nice enough to provide some good advice for living a debt free lifestyle in retirement.  I would encourage you to listen and apply her recommendations. Most people are unaware that retirement planning is an essential part of […]


Working for Social Security – The Job that Doesn’t Pay!

by TheProAdvisor on November 29, 2010

Working for Social Security Most of us expect to have a portion of our paycheck diverted into the black hole of government sponsored retirement income – namely, Social Security.  Despite the fact that the Social Security system is broken, bankrupt and regardless of the certainty that those of us currently under age forty will never […]


Your Most Important Asset – It’s Not What You Think.

May 10, 2010

Recently, I was half watching the NFL draft when my son asked me “how much money” an NFL player makes.  If you know anything about football, you know that this is a very tricky question.  Position played, number drafted and team that made the draft, among many other factors make the “price” of the newly […]

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Planning for Retirement – What You Really Need To Know.

October 22, 2009

Planning for retirement requires different strategies before and during retirement.  Unfortunately, this simple fact is not understood by many financial advisors.  That is why it is important for you to work with a “Financial Professional” who understands retirement planning if you are retired or nearing retirement. Shifting Concerns in Retirement Prior to retirement, your main […]

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