Author Archives: Evan

Retirement is Likely to Be Different for Generations to Come

Center for a secure Retirement just released the results of a new survey titled, “Middle Income Boomers, Financial Security and the New Retirement” and the results while interesting don’t really seem all that shocking.  According to the study the key findings are (and my thoughts), Two-thirds (67%) of middle-income Boomers say their retirement will be

My New Dividend Investment Portfolio

Early last month I learned that due to employer constraints I was going to be forced to alter  my beloved perpetual income machine, which was essentially a dividend investment account.  The point of the machine was to find undervalued (defined below) stocks which were part of the Dividend Aristocrat Index, a stock index which tracks

Five Things To Look Out for When Viewing Rental Properties

Looking for somewhere to rent? There’s a lot to think about. Obviously, finding somewhere that’s affordable and comfy will be your prime concerns, but marrying these two important factors isn’t always as easy as it sounds. For this reason, it’s a good idea to have a mental checklist when you’re searching for your new rental

Is Something Valuable If No One Knows It Is?

Is Something Valuable If No One Knows It Is?

If you follow my Tweets (and you should since I am awesome) you would have known that last week I was at a financial services seminar and wow did I get a lot of post ideas out of it.  In one of the “classes” an energetic presenter told a story told that I haven’t been