The 90 Day Plan That Will Change Your Life

October 28, 2014 in Lifestyle by James L. Paris Joel Fotinos, author of My Life Contract, joined Jim for the hour. Fotinos is a follower of the Napoleon Hill Think And Grow Rich teachings. His book takes the concept and puts it into a 90 day planner. How to overcome your fears, reach your goals, and change your life, in just 90 days. Full Article [...]

The End Of Cash? IRS Confiscating Accounts Of Cash Businesses

October 28, 2014 in Business, News by James L. Paris Jim discusses the shocking New York Times story of the IRS confiscating the bank accounts of cash businesses, California woman stabbed to death in front of children in dispute over parking space, pastor fakes death and becomes cage fighter, woman escapes ATM attack with panic button alarm, radio talk show host Warren Ballentine convicted of mortgage fraud, Ferguson Missouri a tinder box as Grand Jury decision is imminent, and how one nurse earned more than $600,000 Full Article [...]

Double Your Financial “Power” in Retirement by Working While You Save

October 28, 2014 in Finance by James L. Paris

Tom Sightings has written a great piece for the online version of U.S. News & World Report that details both retirees’ typically most substantial expenses, as well as some ways to limit each. There’s actually a lot of good information inside of what is a relatively brief piece; to what is surely no one’s surprise, expenses like housing, health care, and taxes make the list. It is, of course, a great idea to limit one’s expenses in retirement whenever possible, but the reality is that Full Article [...]

When Paying Off Credit Cards, It’s Tough to Beat the “Lowest Balance” Approach

October 28, 2014 in Finance by James L. Paris

These days, it’s hardly out of the ordinary for people to carry significant credit card balances. It’s not necessarily due to self-indulgent, carefree living or anything like that, but, rather, because of just how difficult it is to get by these days, in a world still characterized by economic malaise, to include rampant underemployment, which, in many respects, is worse than the outright unemployment problem plaguing the nation. One such person recently asked for my thoughts on just how to get Full Article [...]

4 Reasons To Get A Business Credit Card

October 28, 2014 in Business, Fiction by James L. Paris

Even if you operate a very small home business, there are some good reasons to consider getting a business credit card. 1. Establishing credit for your business is an important milestone that might really pay off down the road. Whether it is taking the step to lease your first office space, or apply for terms with a supplier, your business credit will become a valuable asset. 2. Having a business credit card gives you a simple way of segregating your business and personal expenses. 3. Business Full Article [...]