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The Failure Of The Dollar

The US dollar has been shaking for a long time, but now it is losing ground against any other major currency, so it may be time for the creditors of the immense American debt and for investors in dollars for that matter to look elsewhere for reliable holdings and assets. China, the most impressive creditor, with its multi-billion worth American treasuries amassed so far, should definitely offset them with some other holdings, indifferent to the fate of the dollar, which seems to be doomed. Continue reading

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Saving For Retirement? Consider a 401K

You’re a typical working American, like the millions of others in your situation out there, you probably want to retire as soon as possible. You’re going to need to plan for several decades of savings once you’re retired if you want to be able to accomplish this. Although it is technically an option, if you think its wisest to put a portion of your earnings directly into a savings account, you would be wrong. You’re going to need to learn more about 401K plans for that. Continue reading

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The Various Equity Release Schemes

There are many types of equity release schemes and choosing the one right for a person can be easy if one possesses the right information. Any financial matters should be evaluated thoroughly in order to avoid mistakes and loss of money. Equity releasing refers to the obtaining of profits made after the mortgage values of houses are taken out from the actual market values. This can be quite beneficial for the clients and lenders. Continue reading

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What is Life Planning and how does it work?

Every person has financial goals and objectives. Sometimes it is difficult to priorities which aspects are most important. The term life planning comes from the United States and refers to the concept of holistic financial planning. This is where the clients overall financial situation and objectives are taken into account as opposed to just one aspect. The aim is to get an in depth perspective of the needs from a clients perspective. Continue reading

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Why A Solo 401k May Be A Good Option

A solo 401K is a retirement plan intended for self-employed individuals. As with an employee 401K, it also features tax-deferred advantages for those who participate in the plan. Continue reading

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Iron Condor Probability Analysis in Volatile Markets

Today we’ll be talking about standard deviation and probabilities when it comes to option trading. Most option traders use analytical software to analyze their trades before they put them on. But there’s something that most traders do not think of. When we use standard deviations in the popular option software that is out on the market, we don’t usually consider that the software is not aware of the current market trend. Most people that trade the stock market are aware of technical analysis. Well, your average options analytical software does not incorporate charting and trends when it calculates probability. Continue reading

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401K Plan Hardship Withdrawals

Participating in a 401K Plan has a lot of advantages. Bear in mind though, that 401K Plans are intended to help you monetarily when you reach retirement. Consequently, any withdrawals you may make from your 401K Plan at an age younger than 59 may come with steep penalties including 10% of the amount withdrawn and subjecting this to income tax appropriate for your tax bracket. Continue reading

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Looking Into 401K Plans

A 401K is a retirement plan that has been set up to help an individual prepare monetarily for retirement. Many employers offer this as part of company benefits to attract and keep good employees. Continue reading

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Information on IRA roll overs

Rollover IRA account is not technically recognized by the IRS designation. However, it is a very good name, which you can use your financial planning. It is also a great way to describe what happens when the rollover money from one account to another. Another way to classify an IRA rollover account is to call accounts of destination, i.e., they target the money is rolled over. Most people start the rollover IRA when they have a new job or when you try to combine multiple retirement accounts into one big account. This stabilization will be made on the management of their retirement savings much easier and is a very common cause of rollover IRA. Continue reading

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