I sell health insurance. I think that it is something that is needed by most families in America. However, I do not support the notion that health care should be a “right” as does President Obama. Get Government out of health care – period. Remove all restrictions, licensing requirements, and regulations, and it will work [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Current Events'
January 10th, 2012 · No Comments · Current Events, Insurance & Savings, Philosophy In Financial Planning
How Do You Plan For Retirement When Lehman Brothers (And So Many Others) Are On the Verge Of Collapse? …Part 2.
January 9th, 2012 · No Comments · Budgeting & Money Management, Current Events, Retirement Planning
Before I can really give you a good answer to this question, we need to take a good, hard long look at how we, as a country, got into this mess. First off, I want to make it very clear that… The Free Market Did NOT Cause This Problem! This is rather easy to prove, [...]
How Do You Plan For Retirement When Lehman Brothers (And So Many Others) Are On the Verge Of Collapse? …Part 1
January 9th, 2012 · No Comments · Current Events, Insurance & Savings, Retirement Planning
Today, Lehman Brothers announced that it is going bankrupt. It didn’t come as a surprise to me, but it did to some, and I suspect that it will to many folks in the coming months…perhaps years. You see, the nice thing about mutual funds is that they are so diversified. The bad thing about mutual [...]
January 3rd, 2012 · No Comments · Budgeting & Money Management, Current Events
From the National Underwriter: NU Online News Service, May 20, 2008, 4:05 p.m. EDT Boomers and current retirees share a deepening concern about soaring costs. Pre-retirees and retirees also worry about protecting the value of their assets from inflation, having enough money to pay for long [...]
January 1st, 2012 · No Comments · Current Events, Retirement Planning
From: http://www.bookrags.com/research/filial-responsibility-eos-02/ The term filial responsibility denotes the “responsibility for parents exercised by children. The term emphasizes duty rather than satisfaction and is usually connected with protection, care, or financial support” (Schorr, 1980, p. 1). Although it is popularly believed that the obligation of children to care for their parents has ancient origins based on [...]