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The following is a guest post from Mario Henry, a former National Football League player, is a financial services professional with 18 years of experience in the industry and author of How to Hire Your House, an innovative guide on how to create a tax-free pension and sustain sufficient income through retirement. Most Americans don’t trust… Read Article →

Creating a spending plan (budget), while very detail oriented, includes only a few basic steps; identify income, list expenses, compare income and expenses, set priorities and finally, make changes. “Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity.” Simone Weil While developing your spending plan, the gifts and charity category should not be overlooked. We don’t… Read Article →

The following, originally published in 2015, is among the most widely read and discussed posts here at RetirementSavvy. I am re-publishing the piece today because I recently read an article at CNBC that makes many of the same points with respect to homeownership. Interesting. The article, titled Homeownership Doesn’t Build Wealth, Study Finds, leads by noting… Read Article →

There has been an abundance of reporting which suggests a number of entrepreneurs and technologists in Silicon Valley are giving serious thought to ideas like universal basic income as a way to mitigate the adverse effects of technological innovation and transformation. There is widespread belief that technology will continue to upend careers and there is a high… Read Article →

In this guest post, Riverfall Financial takes a look at inheritance tax and offers advice and food for thought in protecting your wealth for future generations. “Inheritance Tax is a voluntary levy paid by those who distrust their heirs more than they dislike the Inland Revenue.” This famous quote from the late Roy Jenkins MP is… Read Article →

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