4 Investing Options for Entrepreneurs

Investing Options for Entrepreneurs

In September of 2015 there were 27 million entrepreneurs! There are a lot of us and that number only continues to grow. So where are we suppose to invest our money? We, as entrepreneurs, don’t have an opportunity to contribute to a 401k so let’s talk about our other options for investing. 1) IRA/Roth IRA…

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6 Important Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor

Questions to ask financial advisor

You may have a financial advisor, but don’t really know if he’s doing a good job for you or not. I used to have a financial advisor and we would talk about my goals and what I was planning on purchasing in the future and when I wanted to retire. Those were all great questions,…

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Simplify Your Money Process

Simplify Your Money Process

Life is so much easier when it’s kept simple. Sometimes we don’t realize how much we’re over-complicating things, until we’ve already done it. It’s like when we’re dating someone and we start to analyze everything. He didn’t call me at 5 today, but he did yesterday. He usually texts me at night, but he skipped…

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Why Millennials & Gen-Xers Don’t Care About Investing And Why They Should

Millennials

Nearly 80% of millennials are not invested in the stock market. That’s a significant percentage. I’m a gen xer or possibly a millennial, depending on which dates you’re going off of. I get it. We want to to be happy doing what we want when we want. We ain’t got time to worry about the…

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5 Investment Tips for Newbies

Investing Tips for Newbies

Thinking about investing time in that new relationship, with investing of course? Well, I’ve got some great tips for you on how to do it even better. Let’s try to have a committed, successful relationship, shall we?. Yes, we shall. 1-Know What You’re Investing In & Why When investing you might be tempted to hand…

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3 Tips For Building Your Investing Confidence

Increase Investing Confidence

We as women tend to have a harder time investing than men. Today.com conducted a survey of women about money and it revealed that 82% of respondents feel some level of insecurity about investing. That’s a pretty high percentage of women that feel insecure about investing and it’s understandable. Investing can seem confusing and overwhelming.…

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Top 4 Reasons Why Investing Is Less Risky Than Saving Your Money

Investing is Less Risky than Saving

Investing is risky business (just like Tom Cruise, so I’ve heard). But saving is risky business as well and I believe it’s even more risky than investing. I’ll give you four reasons why investing is less risky than saving. 1-More Purchasing Power We always want more power, right?! Kind of like how Wonder Woman increased…

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How Investing Today Could Make You $100,000 in One Year

Investing Could Make You 100k

People say investing is scary or overwhelming, but I say what’s really scary is NOT investing. The longer we put off investing, the less money we are actually making (and I’m not talking about trading time for money, this is your money making you money). Let’s talk about making your money make money for you…

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4 Simple Steps to Get Started Investing

Where to start investing

This is what I hear a lot, “I want to invest, but I just don’t know where to start. I don’t even really know how much I need to start investing.” Let me help you know where to start and how much it will cost you to get started investing. There’s one assumption I’m making…

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How Aggressive Should You Be With Your Portfolio?

How Aggressive to Be

Not sure how aggressive or conservative to be with your investments? It is a tricky subject so let me help you understand what goes into how aggressive you should be. Deciding how to aggressive or risky to be with your investments can be based upon a number of factors. Today we are going to take…

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