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Retirement planning is a hot button issue in the news today. Many current retirees are finding that they had not saved enough or invested wisely during their working years. These individuals have to keep working well into their retirement years just to have enough money to keep their standard of living consistent.
It has been said that everyone is selling something, whether they realize it or not. This seems to imply that selling should come naturally, since it’s such a big part of life. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Any salesperson can tell you how hard it can be to maintain a positive attitude while struggling to meet their goals. Here are 5 ways to fire up your sales team: 1.
Protecting Your Possession Today, many vehicles possess sophisticated technology upgrades. A growing number of drivers and passengers travel with expensive electronic devices and accessories, also. What steps can a car owner take to protect personal possessions on the road? These five precautions may help safeguard automotive property: 1.
Investing. What is it? A hobby for successful businessmen? Informed gambling? Before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s lay down the definition. Investing is the act of committing money or capital to an endeavor (a business, project, real estate, etc.) with the expectation of obtaining an additional income or profit.
Copyright: krisckam / 123RF Stock Photo 401 (k) plans. Chances are you’ve heard about them, but where do they get their name and why should you worry about investing in one? In the United States, a 401(k) plan is the tax-qualified, defined-contribution pension account defined in subsection 401(k) of the Internal Revenue Code. In layman’s terms, investing in a 401(k) is saving for retirement.
olegdudko / 123RF Stock Photo Describe college in one word. What would you say? Homework? Parties? Alcohol? Sex? How about debt? The average student in the 2016 graduating class finished with a whopping $37,172 in student loan debt. It is possible, however, to avoid amassing stifling amounts of debt in college.