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Wealth Creation: The Key Principles

Posted by Larry Doyle on June 13th, 2013 9:44 AM |

It’s not how much you make, it’s how much you save.

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Many people in different businesses and within government across America do not like discussing or promoting personal savings rates but the simple fact is the path to financial security and wealth creation is navigated most effectively by embracing that key principle and a few basic tools.

These tools are not often discussed by those who would much prefer you spend, spend, spend so our economy can grow but that all too American style of living has simply led us down the ‘nonsense on cents‘ path of increased debt and often running in place if not worse than that in terms of building wealth. What are the keys for generating real wealth creation?

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The Best Investment Advice Ever: Saying “No”

Posted by Larry Doyle on September 24th, 2012 7:31 AM |

Large parts of the financial industry spend lots of time, effort, and money to develop plans and programs all under the guise of offering investment advice. Much of the investment “witchcraft” comes with a slew of hidden fees and expenses. That fact and those figures more often than not are conveniently avoided.

In the midst of many a discussion I have with young professionals launching their career, I work the conversation toward what I deem is the best investment advice ever. I firmly believe the specific insight I offer them is not only appropriate for a young professional but also for all investors. So what is “the best investment advice ever?”¬† (more…)






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