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Use 2 Tier Affiliate Marketing for Extra Retirement Income

Posted on July 28th, 2014
Residual income is one of those fantastic concepts that really doesn't seem achievable to most people.With the massive losses suffered in the stock market many baby boomer's are looking for alternate ways to help fund their retirement income.Two tier affiliate marketing combined with the Internet home business the possibilities of earning supplemental retirement income are almost endless. In order to be successful with any two tier affiliate program you must first become a top affiliate ...
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A Guide to the Most Lucrative Retirement Plans for Self Employed People 

Posted on July 27th, 2014
Ever wondered how to maximize the returns on your retirement investments?  If you’ve been socking money away in 401k plans and other traditional accounts, your money has probably been whittled away as a result of the current economic crisis.  Thankfully, choices of retirement plans for self employed people are numerous.  When it comes to getting the most bang for your buck however, self-directed Roth IRAs come out on top. Since you own your own business, you probably know what it’s like ...
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Personal Finance VII - Investment Options for a Personal Retirement Plan

Posted on July 26th, 2014
As we mentioned in previous article, good financial management is how to make the best use of your limited earned income, so that you can meet your current necessary and other needs and how to implement strategies to achieve your short and long-term goals. Planing your longer term to build wealth for retirement becomes more important than ever, because our government pension plan now nearly bankrupted, there are many doubts that our government can take care all the baby boomers who will start ...
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Double Your ROI When You Do a 401k Rollover to an IRA (individual Retirement Account)

Posted on July 24th, 2014
A 401k rollover to IRA can be easily accomplished.  In some cases, the custodial company offers both types of plans, so you don’t even have to change companies.  But, you are about to convert a 401k rollover to an IRA, it’s a good time to look at how well your investments have been performing. 401ks are a great way to fund your retirement years, but those account holders that are heavily tied to stocks and money market funds have been very disappointed over the last year.  The ...
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Double Your ROI With an IRA Rollover Self Directed Plan (individual Retirement Account)

Posted on July 22nd, 2014
IRA rollover self directed plans are becoming increasingly popular.  Especially now, because of everything that’s going on in the stock market.  Whether your account value is big or small, there are ways to grow it faster than you may have ever dreamed possible.  But, you may have to change the way that you •think” about investing. We have relied on businesses to experience continued growth and stability.  In order to pay dividends to their share-holders, companies must ...
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Celebrate Your Retirement With a Trip to Jamaica

Posted on July 20th, 2014
Are you nearing retirement? If so, you will want to end your years of working in style. Yes, a small party at home is a great way to celebrate your upcoming retirement, but why not opt for a unique celebration? How about an all-inclusive trip to Jamaica? As great as it is to hear that a trip to Jamaica is the perfect way to celebrate retirement, you may be wondering why. What is it that makes Jamaica so special? For starters, the weather. Next, there are the activities. Most importantly is the ...
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The Fantastic Secret to Build an Online Retirement Income From Scratch

Posted on July 19th, 2014
Many people are looking for ways how they can generate income using the internet these days because it is getting easier and easier to make money online. In fact, internet has created tons of millionaires over the year. That means, if you want to build an online retirement income, the internet is the right place for you. You don’t have to worry about the lack of knowledge in internet or skills in building website if you want to make money online. This is simply because you don’t even need ...
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Flip-Flopping From Reader to Writer Makes Your Retirement Far More Fulfilling

Posted on July 15th, 2014
It's been more than half a year since you retired. The novelty of free time is wearing off and you find yourself lonely for your old work buddies. You miss those lively conversations over lunch or a business dinner, and feel your mind getting a bit sluggish. For the first three months or so of your retirement you enjoyed reading the trade journals in your specialty. But now they just make you nostalgic for those happier days when you had a purpose in life and the stimulation of a working ...
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Double Your ROI With a Rollover Roth IRA (individual Retirement Account)

Posted on July 14th, 2014
Recently, I read a story about a real estate investor that was using his rollover Roth IRA for some of his more lucrative deals.  The tax-sheltered nature of the account is perfect for real estate investments, but the typical traditional custodial company does not offer or even allow the option. That’s a shame.  By keeping their clients •stuck” in the stock market, they have inhibited them from earning to their fullest potential.  They have actually made it impossible for some ...
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You Need to Know This About Rollover IRA Definition (individual Retirement Account)

Posted on July 12th, 2014
There are several things that you need to know about the IRS’ rollover IRA definition.  If the transaction is not conducted properly, you could incur taxes on the entire value of the account.  But, don’t worry, it’s not that complicated. First off, there are two transactions that can be used to convert a fund from one custodial company to another.  The terms for these transactions are often used interchangeably, which is one of the things that confuse many people.  The terms are ...
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