Archive for: November, 2012

Baby Boomers and The Looming Fiscal Cliff

Baby Boomers and The Looming Fiscal Cliff

As the nation heads toward 2013 facing the much talked about Fiscal Cliff, what are the possible scenarios we can expect and how do we wade through shark infested waters? The following article offers up some suggestions and recommendations for the short term. Stay connected and informed so you can navigate accordingly.

 
 

Baby Boomers – Defensive Stocks Are Failing Again As A Safe Haven!

Baby Boomers – Defensive Stocks Are Failing Again As A Safe Haven!

Election season is finally over and it’s time to get serious about protecting your finances from increasing taxation and fees, rising inflation that eats up your pension and Social Security and continued economic stagnation that is guaranteed to reduce your standard of living.

Government apparatchiks, bankers and Wall Street gurus have a vested interest in and an agenda to keep you following their ‘expert’ advice. Unfortunately their agenda will continue to increase their wealth at your expense.

 
 

Boomers – Expertise Will Drive the Future of Employment

Boomers – Expertise Will Drive the Future of Employment

While our nation continues to experience high unemployment, many job openings go unfilled due to an incorrect match between employer needs and potential employee skill sets. The very nature of employment is changing and it’s important to understand that it’s never going back.

Looking for an advantage? Whether your ‘job’ is working for someone else or in your own endeavor, the following article presents what you need to do in order to become and remain in demand.

 
 

Baby Boomers and The Electoral College

Baby Boomers and The Electoral College

Will your vote count tomorrow? While this topic can and has been debated for a long time, present big name pollsters, for the most part, only talk with those answering landlines in a day when cell phones rule. How accurate are these polls? Absentee ballot returns are already debunking pollster predictions. The bigger question is . . .