Okay…numbah one…I got a little " grammar" problem with your question…Do you mean " How do I start planning at 40 ? " or do you mean " How do I plan to retire at 40?" If you want to retire at 40 you can’t use IRA’s etc…it’s just outright save and invest every penny…

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any and al info appreciated which way what plan whtever you got My goodness I wish there were more people like you out there. So many people think it’s their right to rely on welfare when they are old!!! I’m 24 and I contribute extra to my superannuation. Each pay I contribute an extra $50.…

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I am years from retirement, but an immediate annuity appears to offer a higher withdrawal rate than I can guarantee on my own. If I plan for an annuity it can help me achieve my goal. Is that a good strategy? I don’t like annuities. Some charge as high as 5% – all this to…

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There is starting to be a lot of payday loan businesses all around us. It’s a real business and the industry is legitimate. It may even be a business you are thinking about starting. Or perhaps you already own a payday loan business because you recently started it or you have been in it for…

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Do It Yourself Financial Plan In these troubled times people are looking for more and more ways to save money. The do it yourself culture is offering more and more ways to take things into your own hands. This site free-retirement-plan.com is a perfect example. Getting a¬†financial education in concepts and ideas can be very…

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Financial planning begins with having knowledge of your income, how much is being spent and figuring out how to budget this money. Find out how to adjust to being under budget or over budget with help from a financial services specialist in this free video on financial planning. Expert: William Rae Contact: www.hbwfl.com Bio: William…

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tomorrow i am registering for bcom financial planning at my university. I’m wondering if it is a wise choice with plenty of career oppertunities, good pay etc.. yes definitely

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I work for a restuarant that requires you to report all of your tips. While I haven’t reported every single dollar, a vast majority has been reported and I was told we get our tips back along with the state and federal taxes that were taken out. It’s my first time working as a server…

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Lets just say you came into some money, something like 400,000. You pay off all your bills, buy a new car, put a chunk of it in retirement. You have enough to purchase a new house, in full. Would it be better buy the house at once, or get a mortgage, pay interest to the…

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