Most couples have disagreements about important life decisions
throughout their lives. They may disagree about where to live, where to
send the kids to school or even when to sell a house. A new argument
that is coming up frequently is deciding when to retire.
More than 1,400,000 people filed for bankruptcy in fiscal year 2011.
According to a recent study, Blacks are about twice as likely as whites
to have to deal with the more costly form of consumer bankruptcy. This
is regardless of income, home ownership, assets and education.
Every year, you have to pay a large portion of your income to taxes.
Whether those taxes are property taxes, local taxes, state taxes or
federal taxes, a big chunk of your income goes toward paying these
bills. The Tax Foundation has a unique way of looking at this burden,
using a concept known as Tax Freedom Day.
Your doctor might have made you aware of the signs of things like heart
attacks and strokes, but do you know the signs that tell you when you
need to get out of your business? As you get older and retirement looms
large, you’ll find that it is essential for your well-being and that of
your company that you know when to cut ties.