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5 things you need to start now to prepare for retirement

No matter what your age, it’s never too early or too late to start saving for your retirement. While the amount you save depends on the kind of retirement you want to have, there are some common guidelines for retirement. 772 more words


Sid Salter Continues To Mislead Voters On Thad Cochran

By Ryan S. Walters

My most recent article in MCD focused on what I consider the backbone of true conservatism – a strict construction of the Constitution. 1,252 more words

Chris McDaniel

Core Trait of a True Entrepreneur

Steve Jobs, Former CEO and Founder of Apple Inc., at his personal residence

If your only focus is to be your own boss and generate money, than self employment is for you. 387 more words

I fell off the wagon a little

My blog is dedicated to personal finance, but recently two things happened (okay, 3)

1. I started using credit cards again. I should say 1 credit card. 347 more words

Personal Finance

Things Turn Around

After I ordered that Gin and Tonic when I had meant to order a Diet Coke, I made the decision that I liked liquor better than I liked Prozac anyway. 1,272 more words

an example of following wise financial advice...

When I recently read this paragraph in Jeff Manion’s “Satisfied”, I thought how practical and wise this financial advice is. So, enjoy…

“Chris (his wife) and I have now moved through our forties. 122 more words

Jeff Manion

Tuition gives me nightmares

I have always been someone who is cautious of spending and managing personal finances. I mentioned this is in a previous post, where with most purchases I make, I contemplate in my head its purpose and weigh the need versus the want. 717 more words