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Is 10% of your income enough to be saving for your financial future? Should you be saving more? There is a way to save more by quickly converting your 10-20-70 budget to 30-70 without working any harder. Listen and Discover how. Resource Link – 10-20-70 Worksheet Also in this episode, find out how you can …

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As regulations have been rolled back to pre-1960 levels, the wealth for US households has increased by an estimated $7.1 trillion dollars. Unemployment rates are lower than they have been in the last 44 years. So what does this mean for your financial future? This week on Wealth Talks discover why NOW is a great …

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How to save and use your money at the same time

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Saving and Investing should never be equated, although they can cooperate together. Discover the proper places for saving and investing with The Perpetual Wealth Code™.

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Tom and John McFie analyze 8 Savings tips from a recent article and share considerations how to make your Savings plan into a Way of Life rather than a strict budget item.

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On a recent trip to Costco a Solar Energy Company representative approached us and offered a free evaluation to see if going Solar would work for us.  Living in the heart of the Sunbelt in Henderson, Nevada, it made sense to check it out. Accordingly, the following Saturday the company rep came out to the …

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Beginning with a quote from Henry Ford, “Those who have the money make the rules”, Tom and John talk about the importance of having Captial (Seed Money). Remember…The more money you have, the more people you can help.

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Discover the values that will help you build wealth and keep it.

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If retirement is your goal, you want to start preparing and saving as soon as possible. However, you’ve probably heard of more than one way to save for retirement. Two common retirement plan options are investing in a 401(k) or using a whole life insurance policy. Many people wonder if a life insurance policy or …

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What is a Roth IRA A Roth IRA is an account which accepts non-tax-deductible contributions and allows tax-free growth for the entire life of the plan. Roth IRAs were born in 1997 through the Taxpayer Relief Act. The bill was co-sponsored by Senator William Roth of Delaware and Senator Bob Packwood of Oregon. They designed …

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