As a financial advisor and managing associate I am often surprised by how many successful, intelligent and well-educated women lack knowledge and motivation around investing and planning for retirement. As an entire gender, women have to step up and take charge.
Maximizing time and resources is important to running any successful business. That’s why the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce unveiled several new membership benefits to help members worry less and save more.
Imagine if you could outsource your dieting! While that might be impossible, you can outsource not only the initial steps of financial planning but you can also free up your time by automating it.
Many of us are familiar with the expression, “failing to plan is planning to fail.” As an Agent with New York Life, I can assure you that—when it comes to financial goals and objectives—this old adage still rings true.
The day I decided that I didn’t have the will to “Jones” anymore—that is, I stopped trying to keep up with everyone else—was the day I decided to live with intention. That is the day I started a minimalist lifestyle.
I have read statistics say that by the time we all reach the age of 65, 2 out of 3 of us will end up flat broke. Those same statistics also say that if we start a business, 90 percent of us will fail within one to five years. This means that the odds are stacked against all of us when it comes to achieving financial success.