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19 Laws of the Psychology of How to Become and Remain Rich

There are laws of wealth that the rich follow to make and keep their money. If you want to be wealthy, you must obey these laws too. This article will look at 19 of them. Part I of this article, made up of 19 laws, will look at the psychology of wealth; part II teaches you how to plan your wealth with 8 laws; part III will use 18 laws to get you to create your wealth; and in the conclusion, made up of 3 laws, you will learn how to keep and share your wealth.

4 Ways to Supplement Your Retirement Income

Not everyone adequately plans for their final years. Thankfully, there are many ways to supplement your retirement income.

How To Take The Two-Step Journey To Wealth

Having more money is about changing mind-set about how you spend, being inventive with what you do with savings, and adjusting your lifestyle to suit your aspirations. Here are some pointers…

419 Insurance Welfare Benefit Plans Continue To Get Accountants Into Trouble

A CPA who is approached by a client about one of the abusive arrangements and/or situations to be described and discussed in this article must exercise the utmost degree of caution, not only on behalf of the client, but for his/her own good as well. The penalties noted in this article can also be applied to practitioners who prepare and/or sign returns that fail to properly disclose listed transactions, including those discussed herein. On October 17, 2007, the IRS issued Notice 2007-83, Notice 2007-84, and Revenue Ruling 2007-65.

Reduce Costs, Plan Your Estate and More With a Captive Insurance

Your clients who are business owners are likely to be approached with information concerning a relatively new financial instrument called captive insurance. The term captive insurance is generic and refers to a broad spectrum of alternative insurance structures with the purpose of providing greater benefits than traditional insurance.

Using Captive Insurance Companies for Savings

Small companies have been copying a method to control insurance costs and reduce taxes that used to be the domain of large businesses: setting up their own insurance companies to provide coverage when they think that outside insurers are charging too much. Often, they are starting what is called a “captive insurance company” – an insurer founded to write coverage for the company, companies or founders.

3 Unconventional Tips for Financial Success

Have you read every finance tip in the book but still are struggling financially? If you are searching for some non-traditional financial wisdom outside of having a diverse portfolio, investing in digital currency and managing a budget then keep reading. If you are still struggling financially I promise you that you have not consistently applied these four tips.

The Best Investment We Can Make May Surprise You

Financial intelligence means stretching beyond the ordinary ways of viewing money. Learn to connect with your soul and reap the greatest riches of life.

There Are Really Only Four Ways To Make Money

People are always looking for money. We need finance to exist in this life, no matter who we are. Millions of people everyday are trying all sorts of gimmicks and get-rich-quick schemes and millions more are being hoodwinked with scams. There are really only four ways to make money!

Three Tough Questions to Ask Your Wealth Management Company

You might think that handling your investments is a simple matter of talking to the right wealth management company and then handing them a check. Here are some essential questions to ask your advisor before you entrust them with your portfolio.

How to Pick an Independent Financial Adviser

You may find this article useful in providing the key points to help you pick an experienced IFA in the UK. With over 30 years experience as an independent financial adviser, I would suggest you consider the following key points in finding your perfect adviser.

A Modest Janitor Built $8 Million Fortune – So Can You

I have enjoyed reading the many tributes to Ronald Read, a former gas station attendant and janitor in Brattleboro, Vermont, who passed away last year at age 92 and left $4.8 million to the local hospital and $1.2 million to the town’s library. His generosity reportedly resulted in the largest single gifts either institution had ever received. Stories about this unassuming man, who was known for his flannel shirts and frugal lifestyle, were distributed by news outlets across the country. How could a man who lived on such a meager wage accumulate the kind of wealth that Read possessed?

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