05月 28, 2007
05月 27, 2007
2. Put Your Money to Work
Saving is great, but to make the most of your money you need to put it to work. Good investments can be the difference between retiring in your 40’s or in your 60’s.
A post today at The Simple Dollar really got me thinking. According to Trent’s projections, if a person in their early 20’s invests 20% of their income in an S&P index fund, the interest they earn will equal their current salary when they reach their early 40’s. They could retire without a drop in income!
Wise investing is the surest path to financial independence and it’s something everyone can work on. It’s definitely an area I’ll be devoting more attention to in my personal life and on this blog.
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“People should just do the basic things. Keep weight down by exercising,
don’t smoke, eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. Those are things we know
already, and they make the biggest difference” he says.
An estimated 30% of all cancer is related to smoking, while up to 20% more
is related to obesity. Whether the latest antioxidant or fish product works or
not, it is guaranteed to do a lot less than exercising and eating right.
“These three things we know are the best that we can do,” Niederdeppe says.
Klein adds one more: regular screening according to schedules recommended by
the National Cancer Institute.
05月 16, 2007
05月 15, 2007
and they die.
animals go. People’s heaven is
- silly article?
- post by pianoer