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November 15th, 2012

How to know your financial advisor’s experience

(George Sterling) - There used to be a time when financial planners were professionals who people could blindly trust and hand their finances, but now days it is quite hard to find a financial planner who really is a professional in his field. When you go and look out for financial advisors these days, it is highly likely [...]

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September 20th, 2012

What Is The Best Time To Invest In Real Estate?

(George Sterling) - Having roof on your head is as essential as having clothes, water and food. Property serves as a key requirement for every person out there and those who are involved in the sales of property can earn substantial returns. The estate market provides every person an opportunity to increase their capital through buying and selling [...]

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December 27th, 2010

An Introduction to Mutual Funds

(Money Manager) - Mutual funds have become a very popular investment over the past twenty years. On the average, about half of the households in the United States currently invest in them. Mutual funds used to be a somewhat obscure type of financial investment.

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November 15th, 2010

What are Bond and Income Funds

( ) - For individuals looking for a fixed income from their financial investment, bond and income funds can be a good option. Bond funds focus primarily on bond investments, in combination with other types of debt securities. The type of bonds and debt instruments will vary according to the fund, but may include mortgage-backed securities, government and corporate bonds, and other bond investments.

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October 18th, 2010

What is an Integrated Pension Plan?

(Money Manager) - An integrated pension plan is one that is specifically associated with a person's Social Security payments. This is done so that the total benefit that should be received by the participant in the plan can be determined. In some cases, an integrated plan will be designed to work towards a certain total benefit amount.

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October 4th, 2010

The Individual Retirement Annuity Plan

(Money Manager) - Individual retirement annuity plans are set up so that they share many structural similarities with a regular individual retirement plan (IRA). However, in the case of an individual retirement annuity plan, there are certain conditions that have to be met and an annuity contract has to be purchased. Individual retirement annuity plans have to be issued in the name of the owner.

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September 20th, 2010

What are Guardian IRA Plans?

(Money Manager) - Guardian IRA plans are typically set up for the very specific purpose of providing for a minor child, or an adult who is mentally incompetent. Essentially, these accounts exist for the purpose of making provisions for those who do not have the age, judgment or mental capacity to handle the IRA funds for themselves. These accounts are created and then administered on behalf of this person by a legal guardian.

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September 13th, 2010

What is a Keogh Plan?

(Money Manager) - A Keogh plan is a tax deferred pension plan, originally established through Congressional legislation in 1962 due to an effort led by Eugene Keogh. These plans are available to unincorporated businesses and people who are self-employed as a means to save for retirement. A Keogh plan is tax-deferred and can be set up as either a defined-contribution or a defined-benefit plan.

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September 6th, 2010

The Registered Retirement Income Fund RRIF

(Money Manager) - A Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) is similar in some ways to an annuity contract. They are designed to provide one or more beneficiaries with a constant flow of income that will last throughout retirement. Those who have a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) will roll their funds over into an RRIF when they retire. A Registered Retirement Income Fund will allow a person to keep their retirement funds sheltered from taxes, while still having access to them according to a designated distribution schedule.

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August 30th, 2010

The Independent 401(k) Plan

(Money Manager) - Independent 401(k) plans, which are sometimes referred to as a solo 401(k), are designed for one individual who is operating a sole proprietorship. These plans can also be used when a person is operating a small business with their immediate family member or their spouse. They are allowable under these circumstances in the case of a partnership, limited liability partnership (LLPs), corporations, S-corporations, and limited liability companies (LLCs), in addition to sole proprietorships. These plans can work if a person works as a contractor, consultant, independent real estate broker, or an entrepreneur, just to name a few possibilities.

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