Posts Tagged ‘less’

Public pensions nationwide are crumbling. Legal loopholes are widening. If you don’t take action to protect yourself and your loved ones, you could be left with nothing….  this is not a hypothetical.

In 2001, the vast majority of pensions were fully funded. Generally speaking, “well-funded” means above 80%. But 50% funding or less is considered the “crisis point.” It’s extremely difficult to come back from 50% or less.

According to a new report from The Pew Charitable Trusts – an independent research organization – pensions in Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky, and New Jersey are less than 50% funded. In fact, New Jersey sits at the bottom of the list… its pension is only 31% funded.

If you’re one of the tens of millions of affected Americans, you should know… you have zero control over what happens.

But there is a solution….  You can move money from your pension….  This gives you total control of your money.” -David Eifrig

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More or Less

Posted: November 14, 2017 in Private Reserve Strategy
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“The more we have of something the less it is worth.” -L. Carlos Lara

Average Debt

Posted: October 21, 2016 in Debt
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“The average American has more than $203,163 in total debt and less than $1,000 in savings…” -Mark Ford

Best Spending

Posted: June 8, 2015 in Money Matters
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“Saving is just spending a little less than you take in…. The best part is that it really doesn’t matter how much you make. It only matters how much you save.” -David Eifrig

More or Less

Posted: January 27, 2015 in Money Matters
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“The purpose of spending less is to have more.” -Michael Masterson

“One of the greatest misconceptions in finance is the idea that you need to take more risk to earn higher returns.  The reality is the less risk you take, the more money you make.” -Tom Dyson

Energy of Wealth

Posted: January 20, 2014 in Money Matters
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“The parent who leaves his son enormous wealth generally deadens the energies of the son and leads him to a less useful and less worthwhile life than he otherwise would.” –Andrew Carnegie