I hear too many stories of folks leaving military service after 5, 10 or even a full 20 years, and having not saved much, even though all active duty personnel have access to the U.S. Government’s Thrift Savings Plan (TSP). While almost all military personnel are dedicated, disciplined, and look to seek satisfaction in honorable duty, many forget to use that same discipline and dedication to thinking more long-term. With that in mind, here is an excerpt from Wealth Virtues to which military folks can relate.
Wealth Virtues Journal: February 27, 2016
Wealth Virtues Journal: December 2, 2012
So this year, as a way to make your teen a millionaire, start a Roth IRA account for them. It allows the teen to start saving for tax-free income and learn the value from it, and It develops a good habit for savings and investing sorely lacking in most teens and adults.
Wealth Virtues Journal: June 25, 2012
Part of the new imposition of big government healthcare is an individual mandate allowing the government to punish you if you decide you don’t want to by a commercial insurance product. Regardless of the clear question of constitutionality, there is a better definition of Individual Mandate that everyone needs to adopt.
Wealth Virtues Journal: May 20, 2012
Wealth Virtues Journal: January 22, 2012
The first fifty people in 2012 who purchase Wealth Virtues (paperback or Kindle) and send a qualified entry submission are eligible for a chance to win a crisp $100 bill displaying the image of the great man, or they can opt instead for a $100 Amazon gift certificate. Non-$100 winners and entries 51 through 100 will be entered to win a Kindle Fire.