Thrift Savings Plan: Tips & Tricks You Need To Know

The Thrift Savings Plan is very similar to the most common type of retirement plan offered to private employees known as the 401K. The difference between the TSP and the 401K is that the Thrift Savings Plan is being offered to federal employees while the 401K is being offered to private employees. There are also… Read More »

What are the secrets to a happy retirement?

Travel: Explore the near and far world. You don’t have to go all over the world (though, if you do, it’s awesome). Maybe just do a weekend trip or a day trip. My wife Allison and I have been traveling to Central & South America, Europe, and SE Asia since they retired. After that, we… Read More »

Is it worth it to save for my retirement?

Unless you plan to die young it is absolutely worth it. The relative term is’ Frugal.’ I was born into a lower-middle-class family. We always had a roof over our heads, food enough and decent clothing. We hadn’t much extra— rarely went on holiday, got by on a car, etc. I’ve been raised to be… Read More »

Vanguard Funds: Investment Guide

Vanguard is the largest mutual fund provider in the world and the second-largest exchange-traded fund (ETF) issuer. John Bogle, the founder of Vanguard, launched the first index fund to track the S&P500 back in 1975. Index funds use a centrally controlled fund to present investors with an investment that is exposed to the stock market… Read More »

Interesting Facts About Southern Florida

South Florida maintains a mixture of settings for residential and commercial purposes. Many mixed-use developments have sprouted within its real estate limits. But is this all that you need to know about the region? Below are some quick facts that would introduce you to one of Florida’s best regions. There are five regions (others call… Read More »

How To Profit From Foreclosures?

Real estate expenses may rise significantly, but a wise and cautious investor can understand how to cope with the risk of real estate foreclosure to restore the balance of his real estate investment. It is a procedure that allows the purchase of real estate in an inexpensive, satisfying manner. Foreclosure is the result of the… Read More »

How come New Hampshire become the most libertarian state in the US?

Calling New Hampshire “libertarian” state would be inaccurate. It would be far more precise to say New Hampshire has a noticeable libertarian streak. There are many factors that would render labeling New Hampshire as “liberal” incorrect as-New Hampshire has the nation’s second-highest average property tax rate, 2.15 percent behind New Jersey. New Hampshire is an… Read More »

Why is Texas economically doing well – Right-Wing state?

Texas is a very large state with many smaller areas within it that have different geographical, economic, and climate characteristics. Residents of one portion of the state often understand less about other components of the state. Some people point out many positive things like low living costs, no state income tax, and lots of property,… Read More »

Who Are The Baby Boomers?

Important Facts About The Baby Boomers If one generation has influenced this country, it’s the baby boomers. Look from the office to science around you. Baby boomers played a huge part in just about everything in modern America. Without them, this nation could be very distinct. First baby boomers need classification. Although there are distinct… Read More »