Monthly Archives: June 2011

Poorer Can Actually Be Richer – Fulfilling a Lifelong Dream

Tweet I recently read an article talking about something we don’t like to talk about.  It was written by a hospice nurse and is about the regrets of the dying.  It was interesting to me to read what the five … Continue reading

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GUEST BLOG POST: Q&A with Liz Davidson on the Gender Gap in Financial Literacy

Tweet Question: Your research is showing the gender gap in financial knowledge is still prominent. It seems there shouldn’t be a gender gap at all these days. Shouldn’t women and men be pretty equal in their financial knowledge and overall … Continue reading

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When Short Term Interest Rates Rise – What Should I Do?

Tweet One of the questions I ask the attendees of my workshops is, “Where do you think interest rates will be going in the future?”  The overwhelming majority state that they feel rates are going nowhere but up.  Now, I … Continue reading

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Investment Secrets Revealed

Tweet Several weeks ago I was in Chicago giving a workshop on investing.  Every time I give this workshop, I almost always get asked the same thing, “Greg, what is the best thing to invest in right now?” First of … Continue reading

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Are Employees Feeling Dis-satisfied with Their Benefits?

Tweet According to a recent study by Prudential, many employees’ perceived value and satisfaction with their benefits is declining.  Based on the fifth annual Study of Employee Benefits:  Today and Beyond, 45% of plan participants who were polled stated that … Continue reading

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How to Make $50 Per Hour Couponing

Tweet Couponing is way more profitable than I ever thought it would be.  I used to think using coupons was way too complicated and felt I really didn’t have the time to do it.  In fact, I rolled my eyes … Continue reading

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Achieve Financial Success by Managing Someone Important – You!

Tweet At work recently I’ve been assigned something completely different than anything I’ve ever done before, so I’m doing a whole lot of training to learn some new things. This has been a test of “can an old dog learn … Continue reading

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How Do I Start to Educate Myself About Investing?

Tweet Now that my wife and I have, for the most part, settled in our new hometown of Chicago, I have decided that my vacation from working out is officially over.  So last week I actually completed my first full … Continue reading

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GUEST BLOG POST: Wedding Season

Tweet Wedding season is upon us, with the most popular months for weddings in this country being, in order, June, July, September, and August.  Starry-eyed couples will no doubt have images of the Royal Wedding in mind as they plan … Continue reading

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