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Time Money

Dateline: USA (Category: Media)

Excerpt: Imagine you are going on a family vacation. You pick the dates, find the hotel, and create a budget. In the perfect world, everything goes as planned. Then, a storm blows in and changes everything. Do you have a back-up plan? Things change, and you have to prepare for the unknown. The same principal applies to your retirement goals. See More


Fortune

Dateline: USA (Category: Media)

Excerpt: Milestones define our lives. Whether it’s making the team, graduating from college, or getting that first job, goals are set and dreams are realized. When you reach retirement age, it is important to ensure your financial goals are realistic. Everyone should enjoy retirement. But there are many factors that can tarnish your Golden Years. See More


Annuity 123

Dateline: USA (Category: Media)

Excerpt: Dolph Janis is the founder and CEO of Clear Income Strategies Group based in Charlotte, North Carolina, and hosts a weekly radio show called “The Income Strategy Show.” Dolph has been in the retirement services industry since 2005, and provides common sense retirement solutions to baby boomers and seniors alike. See More


Community Bank Insight

Dateline: USA (Category: Media)

Excerpt: In order to be rich, you have to believe that one day you will be rich. Buffett once reportedly said, “I always knew I was going to be rich. I don’t think I ever doubted it for a minute.”Set high expectations for yourself, and work toward your goals and aspirations. “Then, make it clear to yourself, your family and friends that you have a commitment to become financially independent,” said Randall “Dolph” Janis, an insurance agent at Clear Income Strategies Group. “Create your future with a plan, knowing when to get aggressive against knowing when to be conservative — and that can produce the results of your goal to become the next Warren Buffett. “  See More


Go Banking Rates

Dateline: Los Angeles, CA (Category: Media)

Excerpt: People in their 50s who are nearing retirement have a lot on their plates. Many are trying to pay off their mortgage, get their kids out of the house, and some might even be taking care of their elderly parents.It’s no surprise, then, that many Americans age 50 and over are behind in retirement savings. In fact, according to a recent GOBankingRates survey, nearly three in 10 of respondents age 55 and over have no retirement savings. Moreover, about 80 percent of people in their 50s are behind on their retirement savings.However, it’s never too late to implement some retirement tips and tweak your retirement savings strategy. Click through to learn the 50.  See More


MSN

Dateline: USA (Category: Media)

Excerpt: People in their 50s who are nearing retirement have a lot on their plates. Many are trying to pay off their mortgage, get their kids out of the house, and some might even be taking care of their elderly parents.It’s no surprise, then, that many Americans age 50 and over are behind in retirement savings. In fact, according to a recent GOBankingRates survey, nearly three in 10 of respondents age 55 and over have no retirement savings. Moreover, about 80 percent of people in their 50s are behind on their retirement savings.However, it’s never too late to implement some retirement tips and tweak your retirement savings strategy. Click through to learn the 50 things every 50-something should know about retirement.  See More


Wisebread

Dateline: Southern California (Category: Media)

Excerpt:“We live in a world in which using credit cards is actually important,” said Dolph Janis, founder and owner of Clear Income Strategies Group in Charlotte, North Carolina. “If someone has given you credit to use, you might not need it today. You might not need it tomorrow. But you might need it one day.”  See More


Go Banking Rates

Dateline: Los Angeles, CA (Category: Media)

Excerpt: Warren Buffett, also known as the Oracle of Omaha, is the third richest man in the world worth close to $60 billion, according to Forbes’ “2015 World’s Billionaire list.” And at 85 years old, the Berkshire Hathaway CEO shows no signs of slowing down.If you want to become the next Buffett — that is, an extremely successful investor, businessman and philanthropist — click through to find out which steps you need to take and which Buffett-like traits you need to adopt.  See More


MSN

Dateline: USA (Category: Media)

Excerpt: Did you know that Buffett attended college for only three years — two at the Wharton School of Business and one at the University of Nebraska?Although college costs weren’t nearly as high as they are today, it’s likely that Buffett saved money by finishing college in three years instead of four. And today’s college students will likely save even more.Unfortunately, many are drowning in debt. But, an early graduation can save you approximately $40,000 at a private college versus nearly $20,000 at a public college, reports Forbes. To graduate early, try taking as many credits as possible per semester.  See More


Become Warren Buffett

Dateline: USA (Category: Media)

Excerpt:In order to be rich, you have to believe that one day you will be rich. Buffett once reportedly said, “I always knew I was going to be rich. I don’t think I ever doubted it for a minute.”
Set high expectations for yourself, and work toward your goals and aspirations. “Then, make it clear to yourself, your family and friends that you have a commitment to become financially independent,” said Randall “Dolph” Janis, an insurance agent at Clear Income Strategies Group. “Create your future with a plan, knowing when to get aggressive against knowing when to be conservative — and that can produce the results of your goal to become the next Warren Buffett. “  See More









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