The Ramsey Show (January 6, 2022)




Don’t Live or Die by the Stock Market

An increasing number of Americans are losing faith in the institutions of our financial system. Living and dying by the latest money reports can grate on the nerves of even the most seasoned investors.

What Is a Pension Worth Without a Job?

With the future of the economy looking more questionable each day, a pension plan gives one an added level of financial comfort. While many are fortunate just to have a job, the really fortunate are those who also have a pension plan.

Quantitative Easing – Reducing Annuity Rates and Pensioner Income

The use of Quantitative Easing by the Bank of England may result in a 60 basis point reduction in gilt yields followed by annuity rates decreasing by 6% during 2012 and will mean less income for retiring pensioners that must purchase an annuity now. The decrease of annuity rates due to Quantitative Easing would be in addition to the 11% decrease already experienced by pensioners since June 2011 due to the Eurozone crisis where investments have been moved to safe havens such as UK government bonds or gilts.

Reality of an Early Retirement

For many, the thought of an early retirement is an impossibility due to the cost of living and average price of a home in the United States. But when you start looking abroad at the lower cost of living and affordability of homes on an international level, early retirement becomes a much more solid reality.

SMSF Buying Property

Want to take control of your super and invest for the future? Interested in a super investment more secure than shares? Need help avoiding the pitfalls of property investing?

Buying Property With Superannuation

Self-Managed Superannuation Funds are fast becoming the preferred choice for people who want to control their retirement money and create a secure future for themselves. Now, buying property with superannuation is a viable option to set yourself up for retirement through stable means. Property itself has always been a go-to option for people who want to invest their money in something more secure; in this case, bricks and mortar. But buying property with superannuation is actually a more shrewd investment option than buying property outside of your super fund.

How To Use Superannuation To Buy Property

With uncertainty mounting towards the share market and investing, it’s understandable that more people are looking for better ways to invest their super for a comfortable retirement. When you learn how to use superannuation to buy property, you can make a more secure investment and ensure your financial future is mapped out and prosperous.

7 Steps to Reach Your Retirement Goals

Imagine your dream retirement. Whether it be a move to some tropical island, living a comfortable life in your home, spoiling your grandchildren, or the like, planning for retirement a couple decades away or right around the corner is something you should be working towards starting now.

The Prometric CPA Exam – What It Is and Who Takes It?

Gone are the days of the pen and paper exam that I took. The Prometric CPA exam is the only way to take the exam today. In a way it is good.

What Is the Margin of Safety in Promissory Note Investing?

Many note investments do not have a happy ending. Let’s examine some reasons for investment failure. What are the fundamental principles of investing?

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