The Ramsey Show (January 18, 2022)




Investment Tips for Women

Ever thought you would like to invest but don’t know where to start, it is a problem facing many people. There’s no time like now to begin in investing in your future. In this article you can find out how and where to start.

Beating the Superannuation Gap

In this article we discuss why Women are at a disadvantage to men when it comes to planning for retirement or early retirement. But this needn’t be so, with some careful thought and planning women can get ahead of the game.

Obaining Financial Freedom With the Aid of a Financial Advisor

Planning for the present and near future is good, but it is not good enough. Getting expert help from a financial planner will allow you to plan for short and long-term goals that affect the finances in your life. There are several reasons why it is best to consult with a financial planner to organize better control over your savings and investments.

Choose Your Financial Advisor With Care

How are your finances doing? When it comes to planning for your financial future, make sure you get the best advice possible. It is easy to take advice from family and well meaning friends but is this the best way to go about it, read on and find out.

Kick-Start the Savings Habit

Are you one of those people who are always going to do something, make a start, have great ideas and wonder why it doesn’t happen. It takes 21 days to form an effective habit, but in the beginning it takes discipline and a will to succeed, read on for more strategies.

Waiting for Mr or Ms Right

There’s no time like the present to be thinking about your financial future. When we are young we often think old age and retirement are years away, and they are. But planning for your financial future should start as young as possible don’t wait for the right time or the right person to appear, it may never happen! In this article we look at the possibilities of going it alone.

Turning Saving ‘Cents’ Into Real Money

Many people think saving is impossible for them, there is never any money over at the end of the week to save. Saving is a habit, form the habit of deducting money straight from your pay, it can be a little initially then increase it, you will be surprised how fast the balance grows read on for further strategies.

Your ‘Money Supermarket’

Is financial security worth a little sacrifice in the beginning, wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to organise your income so you can have a Money Supermarket when you want to retire, money that is there when we need it. Read on and see how to go about having your own Money Supermarket.

Before You Invest

The two main things I would emphasize are that not one size fits all and that you need to be proactive because you have greater interest in you than anyone else ever will. Everyone’s circumstances are different, i.e., your family, their current needs, their future needs after you are gone. Are you likely to inherit assets at some point, do you need extra dollars for your retirement, are you building toward your retirement, and so on.

How to Survive Market Turmoil

The current state of economic turmoil is felt everywhere. It ranks number 1 as the most debated topic of the 2012 presidential election, has caused a whole market of credit related scams and has become so ubiquitous that terms such as bailout and recession have now made their way into pizza store promotions.

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