Are you struggling with weighing the risk and reward to investing? Hint: It may be a riskier move not to invest.
Author: Nick Pagano
What do you get when you save $40/month for 35 years? The answer is $17,000 and that is not enough for retirement. Sadly, that is the median savings for a 60-year old in this country.
There are a lot of lies we hear that leave us confused about how to best handle our money, but it turns out someone else is telling us more lies that can hurt us, ourselves.
It’s a common saying used by many people, “money can’t buy happiness.” There are multiple opinions on this topic from one extreme to another. Which is right? Can money buy happiness or does it just buy comfort?
Sure, getting a large tax refund is fun, but is it smart? Big tax preparers may advise that it is smart, but is this accurate or just another lie?
What else have “THEY” told us that is just irresponsible thinking? In this blog we reflect upon the common saying, “It is what it is.”
Is ignorance really bliss? Let’s explore more of the common sayings that are meant to enlighten us, but just leave us scratching our heads.
In this blog series, we have been examining the things that “THEY” have taught us over the years as truth. Today, we are going to look at some of the things that “THEY” have taught us about real estate.
Is the customer still always right? Let’s look at how this “truth” can hurt or help businesses.
It’s inevitable that things, and people, change. Even certain careers have changed, and some became obsolete, due to the digital age.