The purpose of this post is to provide tips to protect yourself from frauds and scams.
I am constantly amazed to read about people who fall for frauds and scams. I periodically receive text and email messages about opportunities to make additional income and wonder “Who would fall for this?”. Apparently, many people.
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Vehicle related debt has increased dramatically. In this post I provide vehicle buying tips which address the financial aspects of a vehicle purchase.
This post is a continuation of my “Vehicle Buying Tips – Part 1” post in which I offer tips to save money on your next vehicle purchase.
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In this post I provide vehicle buying tips which will enable you to save thousands of dollars.
I am amazed by the number of people who spend a fortune on expensive vehicles and who, worse yet, create for themselves what becomes a perpetual monthly financial obligation.
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Good financial advisors are invaluable. They can help you stay focused on your long-term goals and can offer retirement, tax and other financial planning advice that goes well beyond the selection of stocks or funds. You must, however, protect yourself in the Financial Advisor – Investor Relationship. This post provides tips on how to do so. Continue reading “Protect Yourself in the Financial Advisor – Investor Relationship”
This post offers information on how to obtain information on the financial transparency and operating efficiency of Canadian and US charities. Continue reading “How to Obtain Information on the Financial Transparency and Operating Efficiency of Canadian and US Charities”
Caring for aging parents can be challenging. I hope that by sharing my experience I will provide you with ideas on how to minimize these challenges. Aging Parents
In The Beginning
Fortunately, from the day I started my career in 1980, I had been preparing financially for the moment where my services would no longer be required in the corporate world. I don’t know about you but I can remember starting my career full of excitement and anticipation. That feeling quickly disappeared when it sank in that I would be working 5 days/week and roughly 48+ weeks/year for some ungodly number of years. Continue reading “The Pleasure of Being Downsized”