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Things That Do Not Count as Social Security Income

By: FaaastCash Financial Planning Views: 47 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0


There are many items that count as income when determining your Social Security income.Examples of items that do not count as income include:1. Income tax refunds2. Medical care and services3. Social services4. It is always best to report than to skip items that may be in question.For more information, visit the SSA website. More

Improve Cash Flow with Receivable Factoring

By: Pacific Business Capital Corporation Financial Planning Views: 4119 | Comments: 1 | Votes: 0

Pacific Business Capital Corporation

For those businesses that are struggling for money, accounts receivable financing may be the way to go. With this type of financing, no additional debt is created. You simply take your accounts that have not yet been paid off and basically sell them to a company to receive the cash from them that you would have normally been getting. It's sort of like a cash advance. More

Mind-Mapping: An Aid To Financial Planning Success

By: Betty J. Zak Financial Planning Views: 6509 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 1

Betty J. Zak

Mind-Mapping: An Aid To Financial Planning Success Author: Betty J. Zak  Introduction/BackgroundWe have all heard the saying, a picture is worth a thousand words. But, let’s turn our attention to a mind mapping picture being key to financial planning success and being worth real dollars and cents. 47). Only then search for computer tools. (2008). Mind mapping. More

Starting a Business? How to Best Utilize Limited Capital

By: Barbara G Financial Planning Views: 3448 | Comments: 1 | Votes: 1

Barbara G

If you're in business or are starting a new business, equipment leasing may be the right choice for you. Equipment leasing not only saves you money, it gives you the flexibility of running your business without major start up expenses, which the average business faces much of when opening. There are financing options to suit every budget and need. More

How can you pay off your debts with the help of IVA?

By: Marie Garcia Financial Planning Views: 3334 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0

Marie Garcia

If you are entangled in the meshes of debt then you can opt for debt consolidation through Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) to avoid bankruptcy or any extreme debt help solution. An IVA is a legally binding arrangement that is usually supervised by a licensed insolvency practitioner. How and when can you use IVA? How does IVA work? More

3 Tips how the university students should manage their finances

By: Marie Garcia Financial Planning Views: 4883 | Comments: 1 | Votes: 0

Marie Garcia

It is difficult for the university students to manage their money related matters since they are hardly aware about the importance of money in real life. Most often, it is seen that these university students squander money lavishly and as such, they fall into debt problems. As such, it is often seen that they fall into debt problems. More

Single people have different retirement planning priorities

By: Art Of Saving Financial Planning Views: 4766 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 4

Art Of Saving

Flying solo Single people have different retirement planning priorities By Dave Carpenter ASSOCIATED PRESS 2:00 a.m. October 18, 2009 Single people get left out of the picture a lot when it comes to retirement. Typically it's smiling couples who are shown contemplating their sunset years in ads, brochures and magazines. The big picture is about to change, however. More

Don’t Risk an IRA Rollover Mistake

By: Ugen Peden Financial Planning Views: 3292 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0

Ugen Peden

People who are laid off or entering retirement often find that a former employer’s retirement plan can be an unwelcome place to keep their money. Layoff notices are often followed with a deadline to withdraw retirement assets from the company plan because the employer is no longer willing to bear the cost. You might decide to spend all or part of the money. More

Do I Need Disability Income Insurance?

By: Ugen Peden Financial Planning Views: 2707 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0

Ugen Peden

  Although most of us are aware of the need for health insurance coverage when determining our risk-management needs, many of us fail to consider the possibility that we could become disabled. A disability income insurance policy can help replace income lost because of an injury or illness. Without the appropriate coverage, a disability could spell financial disaster. More

Estate Planning Dilemma

By: Ugen Peden Financial Planning Views: 3166 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0

Ugen Peden

How Will I Pay Estate Taxes?Estate taxes. It’s not enough to simply know they exist, and to know strategies to minimize them. When it comes down to it, you need to plan how you and your family will eventually pay them.The Estate Tax DilemmaEstate taxes are generally due nine months after the date of death. And they are due in cash. First, your current savings and investments. More