Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Making Your Money Work for You

Most of us go into the workplace day in and day out doing all we can to earn that extra buck, but what happens when the money becomes something we realize needs to be managed in an insightful, professional way? Many people fall short of managing their wealth in a truly economic and realistic fashion, thereby explaining the need for individuals like Tony Amaradio, a recognized visionary and innovator in his field of financial services.

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Mr. Amaradio graduated with a BBA from the University of Michigan before furthering his education and graduating with an MBA from the University of Detroit with a concentration in taxation and finance. He was soon thereafter recruited by a prominent Fortune 500 Company, but found his personal professional pursuits veering elsewhere. He ventured out on his own, recognizing that a comprehensive, integrated wealth management system was needed among high net worth clientele.

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He helped clients build, plan and preserve assets, while developing one of the most comprehensive wealth management models in the entire country. The draw caught on, and soon enough he brought in top figures from the financial, tax, legal, and insurance sectors to help develop and build his innovative comprehensive wealth management models. The plan worked.

Today, Tony Amaradio is well-regarded within the industry as the foremost designers, developers, and implementers of advanced financial, tax, and asset protection plans available on the market today. Mr. Amaradio is nationally known, and often speaks at events all over the country.

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Now Mr. Amaradio is the Founder and Chief Strategist for Select Portfolio Management, Inc. His time and prestige in the field has made him one of the most trusted figures in the entire industry.


If you have wealth management struggles that could use some expertise, turn to no other than Tony Amaradio. He is a recognized expert in his field and could very well be the ease of mind your finances need right now.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

REPOST: 7 Simple Steps College Students Should Take To Build Financial Literacy And Responsibility

Encumbered with financial concerns like paying for college loans and figuring out a sound career game plan, college students have a lot of growing up to do, so to speak. But they can get by with the help of sound financial knowledge. Unfortunately, many teenagers find it hard to even make every day financial decisions. Then again, it's not too late to boost their knowledge. Forbes.com lists down seven simple steps to get started.

In raising my own teen children and helping them plan for college and the future, I’ve realized that, for many parents, it’s all too easy to pass on to our children our own blocks, mistakes and blind spots around money and financial health. Sadly, that can be crippling for a young adult, as we’re failing to provide them with the necessary foundations for building a happy, healthy, and productive relationship with money.

To learn more about the steps college students should be taking to create financial stability and literacy, I was excited to catch up with Brendan Coughlin, Citizens Bank’s Head of Education Finance to discuss what students can do today.

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Kathy Caprino: Brendan, are you finding that college students are generally financially literate today?

Brendan Coughlin: Despite recent efforts that mandate financial literacy programs are taught in public schools, many students are still graduating high school and heading to college with little knowledge of these vital skills. In fact, one in six American teenagers are unable to make simple decisions about everyday spending , according to a recent study by the OECD. This can become especially dangerous in college when poor financial skills can lead to dangerous overspending and debt.

Caprino: So what should new and graduating college students do to build their financial skills, and begin planning for financial stability in the future?

Coughlin: Fortunately, this is a ‘fixable’ trend, and with school about to start-up again, now is the perfect time for incoming and returning college students to begin learning how to manage their finances.

Here are 7 simple tips for college students to take to build fiscal responsibility and create healthy money habits:

1. Build a budget.

It may sound simple, but by keeping a budget, students will be accountable for their spending and can avoid overspending. Start with your fixed expenses, such as tuition and rent, and see how much you have left over. Next, calculate how much you’ll need for one-time purchases at the beginning of the semester, like dorm supplies and books. Whatever is left over can be allocated to food, eating out and entertainment. Remember, while your friends may spend $100 in one weekend on eating out, you need to focus on your budget, not your friends’ spending habits.

Once your budget is in place, be sure to keep track of everything – the safest way to avoid unnecessary overspending is to remain cognizant of every purchase. It will also allow you to quickly see if you’re spending too much in one area. There are apps and easy tools available today to help you keep track, such as Mint, BudgetBoss and LearnVest.

2. Open a checking account with a debit card.

In line with developing realistic budget goals, using a debit card allows you to only spend what you have, making for more accurate budgeting and ensuring you won’t end up with high debt, unlike with a credit card. Be sure to understand how your bank processes transactions and sign up for overdraft fee protection if you can.

3. Take advantage of your student ID.

Many colleges offer advantages and perks for students through their ID cards. Having your student ID tied to discounts at local and on-campus stores is a great way to spend less on items you’re already likely to buy, such as books or lunch. Suddenly, shopping for necessities around campus can begin to easily translate to added savings. Most colleges will offer a list of participating stores on their website, so check online before you leave for school so you know where to go.

4. Choose (and use) a credit card wisely.

When you’re in a costly emergency situation, it can be really handy to have a credit card. It’s also a great way to pay off a purchase over a month or two when you don’t have access to all of the necessary cash at once. That said, it’s vital to do your research before signing up for a credit card. Pick the card that has the best offers for your financial situation – whether it’s a low- or no-interest rate for a year or a perks card. Last, always be sure to pay off the balance or at least more than the minimum each month, so you don’t end up owing more than the original price of the charges with accrued interest.

5. Find an on-campus job before you arrive.

College life is expensive and students flock to the convenient and popular supply of on-campus jobs. The popularity is well-deserved, as many jobs fit within class schedules and transportation limitations of students. Be sure to check online for your college’s list of available jobs before you get on campus – they go quickly!

6. Become a saver.

Getting a job can provide working experience, but it is also an opportunity for students to start developing the habit of “paying yourself first.” By setting up automotive savings, students can begin to understand the value of saving for special occasions, big purchases and unexpected emergencies.

7. Think ahead.

While the previous tips have been geared toward first-time and returning college students, this last one is targeted toward students entering their final year. College is one of the biggest investments you will make in your life and most students will graduate with some amount of student loan debt.

According to a new survey, 94% of parents with a child in college and students are concerned about the rising cost of college. Yet, only 63% of college students and 55% of parents with a child in college have a plan to pay for student loan debt. So, take the time to familiarize yourself with when, and what, your payments are going to be after you receive your diploma. Several banks, including Citizens Bank, automatically send borrowers a Student Loan Annual Summary that reiterates their loan amount and interest rate to help borrowers stay informed about their borrowing. There are also many repayment options available to student loan holders which let borrowers refinance loans at a potentially lower rate. This can help them reduce their monthly payments and free up money for other endeavors.

College is loaded with new experiences —and while it’s important to get involved with activities, meet new friends, learn and have fun—it doesn’t have to involve extravagant spending. Students with basic financial know-how can learn to take their finances seriously. With practice and time, students can learn these vital skills that they will carry throughout their lives.

Anthony Amaradio, founder of Select Portfolio Management Inc., has built his wealth with sound financial knowledge and clever investing strategies. Subscribe to this blog for indispensable advice on building and handling your finances wisely.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Tony Amaradio Takes a Unique Approach to Wealth Management That Will Benefit You Long-Term


When people think about developing and managing their wealth, their minds often go to the power of using investments. However, an integrated wealth management approach – the kind of approach that financial industry guru Tony Amaradio uses – involves much more than simply investments. It includes various services designed to grow assets while also preserving them and making them tax-efficient. His goal essentially is to help you to benefit yourself as well as your future generations.

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Amaradio and his firm, Select Portfolio Management Inc., provide sophisticated services so that high-net-worth clients can achieve their unique wealth management goals. He will work with you so that you can accumulate and protect your wealth, reduce taxes and manage risk. He can also help you to manage your cash flow and increase your potential for charitable giving. Furthermore, he has experience with managing family business succession while protecting families’ confidentiality and privacy.

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Taking the right steps now will help you to achieve financial goals such as retirement. Amaradio’s investment philosophy foundation includes helping you to define both your short-term and long-term objectives, create diversification and approach investments with a long-term perspective. You can rest assured that through his guidance, your assets will remain safeguarded in various economic conditions. He will also facilitate a constant review of your specific plan to make sure that you are remaining on target with regard to meeting your goals.

Most financial planners, unlike Amaradio, focus on only one type of tax – income, capital gains, gift or estate, for example – that may affect your wealth. This is a narrow perspective that may not help you to eliminate any unnecessary taxes. Tony Amaradio’s holistic approach to financial planning makes him stand out in the industry and will give you the confidence that your wealth will truly remain in good hands year after year.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Rethinking the Future

Developing a concrete financing plan for the future is rarely a cut-and-dry kind of scenario. Arguably every individual, family, and business owner has to take a step back and closely examine their own respective situations and calculate the very best options that will best serve them in the now and in the foreseeable future.


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A lot of the time this is not easy as it sounds, which is why they often turn to individuals like Anthony Amaradio, a noted and highly-respected visionary in the wealth management and portfolio design sector who for over 30 years has been innovating the industry with new and improved strategies to help the affluent get the very most out of their hard-earned financial situations.

As the clouds slowly start to part following the economic calamity that will go down in history books as the 2007-2008 recession of yesteryear, there are a number of people throughout the world coming to terms with recent events and finally recovering to such an extent that more focus can be leveled on the future instead of the now. The playing field has been set, and financial experts like Anthony Amaradio are ready to get into action for those ready to join him.


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Mr. Amaradio is the Founder and Chief Strategist at Select Portfolio Management, Inc., a firm devoted exclusively to delivering exceptional customer service experiences to affluent individuals, families, and business owners who feel the time has come to get a firmer grip on their wealth and start making plans for the future.

 
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Select Portfolio Management, Inc. is widely respected for the top-notch team Mr. Amaradio has selected to make up its ranks. They are some of the most knowledgeable and experienced professionals in the fields of finance, tax, legal and insurance, and take their collective expertise to unexplored levels of expertise.

Thanks to highly advanced and far superior portfolio management design, tax planning, and asset protection models envisioned by Mr. Amaradio himself, Selection Portfolio Management, Inc. has the resources needed to devise the comprehensive, integrated wealth management solution that meets your particular financial goals. If economic uncertainty still hovers over your life, family, or business, then you should contact Select Portfolio Management for some guidance.

To learn more about Anthony Amaradio and the many different ways he has developed himself and his firm into one of the most trusted in portfolio management and asset protection, visit his website today.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Offering a Hand Up

For Tony Amaradio, helping others is a big part of his life. While he has made his name and career through wise and prudent investment advice and management, and has a stable of high net worth clients that have benefited greatly from his financial skills and knowledge, it seems like everything that Tony Amaradio gets involved in ends up helping others.

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While he remains incredibly busy and involved in the world of finance and investments, Tony Amaradio also allocates a good portion of his free time in working with Christian ministries involved in a wide variety of services. Perhaps the common theme for most of these organizations is the fact that they are striving to help those in need or are underprivileged.

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His theory and approach is simple. Tony Amaradio believes in offering a hand up, not a hand out. Similar to the concept of teaching a man to fish, Tony Amaradio knows that temporary assistance without offering an avenue to leaving poverty does not go far in giving a person the power to discover that they can take care of themselves.

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To this end, he tirelessly gives to deserving organizations such as the Joni and Friends International Disability Center, who helps churches around the world to witness to people with disabilities. Similarly, the Prison Fellowship is dedicated to helping current and former prisoners, along with their families, to find a path back to normal society, where they can once more work and give to others while taking care of their own needs.

While some of the charities with which he regularly works and contributes to are simply focused on building new churches around the globe in order to continuing spreading the Good Word, the results remain the same. By witnessing to those in need or who feel lost, Tony Amaradio is doing what he can to make the world a better place for everyone.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

How a Savings Account for Health Can Help In Retirement – Tony Amaradio Weighs In

When we are young, we have a glancing understanding of the type of investment we might need in order to make our futures secure.  However, there are avenues that don’t often go explored; avenues that can be highly beneficial in our later years.

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“Even if we do everything we reasonably can to finance our retirement, sometimes we find ourselves less secure than we would have liked when retirement is close at hand,” says financial consultant and founder of Select Portfolio Management, Tony Amaradio.  “Having a health savings account when we are young and contributing to it regularly could provide significant benefits if used as a part of a long term plan.”

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Americans who are already enrolled in a high-deductible health plan might be eligible for a health savings account (HSA).  The monies contributed to a HSA are not federally taxed when they are deposited, and can be rolled over.  The funds can be used at any time for approved health-related costs without incurring a penalty (although non-prescription over the counter medications will not be considered eligible).  However, it might be in the account holder’s best interest to allow the funds to accrue – if possible.  The funds aren’t taxed; taxable income is reduced and withdrawals for approved health expenses aren’t taxed, either.  Moreover, although there are penalties and taxes for using the funds for non-health purposes before retirement, after the age of 65, there are no penalties.

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It is important to note, though, that contributions should begin at a relatively young age in order to achieve the optimal savings.


“After retirement, health costs are typically a large portion of the retirement savings financial obligation,” says Tony Amaradio.  “Having a nest egg in the form of an HSA can alleviate some of the burden.”

Monday, August 25, 2014

How a Savings Account for Health Can Help In Retirement – Tony Amaradio Weighs In

When we are young, we have a glancing understanding of the type of investment we might need in order to make our futures secure. However, there are avenues that don’t often go explored; avenues that can be highly beneficial in our later years.

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“Even if we do everything we reasonably can to finance our retirement, sometimes we find ourselves less secure than we would have liked when retirement is close at hand,” says financial consultant and founder of Select Portfolio Management, Tony Amaradio. “Having a health savings account when we are young and contributing to it regularly could provide significant benefits if used as a part of a long term plan.”

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Americans who are already enrolled in a high-deductible health plan might be eligible for a health savings account (HSA). The monies contributed to a HSA are not federally taxed when they are deposited, and can be rolled over. The funds can be used at any time for approved health-related costs without incurring a penalty (although non-prescription over the counter medications will not be considered eligible). However, it might be in the account holder’s best interest to allow the funds to accrue – if possible. The funds aren’t taxed; taxable income is reduced and withdrawals for approved health expenses aren’t taxed, either. Moreover, although there are penalties and taxes for using the funds for non-health purposes before retirement, after the age of 65, there are no penalties.

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It is important to note, though, that contributions should begin at a relatively young age in order to achieve the optimal savings.

“After retirement, health costs are typically a large portion of the retirement savings financial obligation,” says Tony Amaradio. “Having a nest egg in the form of an HSA can alleviate some of the burden.”

Monday, August 11, 2014

Investments and Philanthropy

When it comes to the world of money preservation and asset building skills, Tony Amaradio consistently ranks at the top. For more than 30 years, he has worked with high net worth clients in assisting them in building their estates while taking a conservative stance that allows them to also preserve those assets which took so long to build.

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As founder and chief executive officer of Select Portfolio Management, Tony Amaradio took the necessary time and performed the required due diligence to ensure that he built a high flight, elite team of professionals from the insurance, taxation, legal and financial industries, all of whom work in concert to ensure that their clients stay ahead of the investment game, while keeping their taxes low and their estates properly insured and covered against unforeseen but possible negative events.

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Tony Amaradio also gained extra well-deserved recognition as the host of his own financial talk radio show called “Market Talk” which aired for more than 20 years in the Southern California area. Of course, it is the performance in the world of finance that he has continuously and regularly delivered that has built his base of clients to the size it is today. Through direct referrals from his existing base as well as his growing reputation, his business continues to grow, and with his clients achieving above average returns, the assets under his control continues to snowball.

Perhaps less known, but equally important to Tony Amaradio is the philanthropic work that he contributes on a regular basis. Working with such important and beneficial Christian organizations as Campus Crusade, Church Resource Ministries, Far East Broadcasting Company and Fellowship of Christian Athletes, to name just a few of the organizations he assists and empowers, Tony Amaradio also finds satisfaction and a sense of accomplishment in helping others in more challenging and trying situations.

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Tony Amaradio is an excellent model of a successful businessperson who uses his influence and talents to benefit others from all walks of life!

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Achievements Etched with Distinction

In this day and age, it feels as if the world truly is our oyster now that we can reach every nook and cranny with little more than a few swipes, clicks, and taps. The accomplishments of so many bright minds over the years have led to numerous twenty-somethings becoming overnight millionaires. The rise in app development and distribution alone is a true phenomenon in and of itself, with savvy technophiles the world over changing how we work, play, and communicate.

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Snapchat, for instance, is one of those success stories seemingly stripped right out of a Silicon Valley fairytale: Two Stanford University students develop an app for their product design class in April of 2011; just over a year later, in May of 2012, it is estimated that over 25 images were being shared per second by users; by February of 2013 Snapchat revealed that its users were sending upwards of 60 million messages each day; later that year, in November, The Wall Street Journal reported that Facebook had opted to purchase the app for $3 billion – an offer that the founders refused. It is stories like these that inspire and motivate the masses to capture a dream, envision a future, and make it a reality.

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With this newfound entrepreneurial spirit, a lot of these individuals are ill-prepared to manage such exceptional amounts of wealth. In such an event, they turn to financial experts like Tony Amaradio, who has devoted over 30 years to helping high net-worth clients with the guidance and insight they need to protect their assets and develop a portfolio that stands the test of time.

Tony Amaradio is recognized as one of the most innovative visionaries in the financial services industry. He has committed decades to developing and implementing financial, taxes, and asset protection plans on behalf of the numerous clients who turn to him and his firm, Select Portfolio Management, Inc. Alongside his team of knowledgeable and experienced legal and financial experts, Mr. Amaradio is able to help solidify success stories with strategies that endure generations.

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If your successes have developed into the kind of legacy you saw for yourself and your family, take initiative and visit the website of Tony Amaradio. His passion and expertise can help drive your achievements into etchings of accomplishment that map and define your own legacy.

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

An Effective Guide to Preserving Your Wealth

For the successful executive or entrepreneur, making money seems to come easy. However, making money and preserving the extra funds you have earned are two different stories and the wiser executive or entrepreneur understands the need for finding a qualified expert in the world of investments and finance.

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This is where Tony Amaradio comes into play. Tony Amaradio is not your typical investment counselor who is one of many advisors working for a large investment firm. Early on in his career, Tony Amaradio discovered that he had a knack for not only finding quality investment opportunities, but he also understand the absolute necessity and importance of preserving funds that have already been accumulated.

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Thus he founded and is the chief strategist for Select Portfolio Management. This elite group of top experts in the fields of tax, insurance, law and insurance was carefully handpicked by Tony Amaradio in order to best serve his growing list of valued clients. However, Tony Amaradio did not then rest upon his laurels after having created one of the sharpest and most dedicated teams in the investment world. For him, this was merely a springboard to allow him to stay ahead of the pack when it comes to uncovering outstanding investment opportunities while maintaining a conservative stance in order to ensure that preservation of existing assets remains his paramount goal.

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While Tony Amaradio still remains committed to delivering the highest returns and results possible for his growing clientele, he also regularly reaches out to philanthropic causes, and remains in demand as a motivational speaker for such diverse and deserving organizations as Campus Crusade, Lift Up America, Prison Fellowship and Wycliffe Associates, to name only a few of the non-profit organizations who exist to serve their fellow man and improve their lot in life.

All in all, Tony Amaradio continues to bring his extensive talents to the table to help those who aspire to greatness and inspiration!

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Sustaining Growth and Preservation of Your Investment Portfolio

You work hard for your money and you should therefore make certain that you can continue to grow your assets while also preserving your estate against unforeseen situations and circumstances.  Many investors with a high net worth are working with Select Portfolio Management, a company formed and managed by Tony Amaradio.

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With over 30 years of solid performance and astute management practices, Tony Amaradio has an enviable track record in the world of finance.  After having graduated college with an MBA that focused on both taxation and finance, he was a top prospect for many companies and was offered a lucrative position within a major Fortune 500 firm, only to turn it down because he felt he could do better on his own.

And this is precisely what he accomplished early on in his career in the financial services industry.  With a consistent and impressive performance from the very beginning, Tony Amaradio began attracting more clients and delving further into asset management and investment growth.

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He soon realized that he, like many of his high net worth clients, deserved the best in class when it came to service and analysis.  His vision led him to form Select Portfolio Management, where he built an elite and professional team of experts in the insurance, investment, tax and legal industries in order to form one of the most respected and successful wealth management systems in operation today.

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Tony Amaradio still remains closely involved in managing the portfolios of his valued clients.  He also stays abreast of all industry trends and changes and continues to attract new clients each year.  His no-nonsense and practical approach to asset management and wealth preservation makes him one of the most influential and sought after money managers in operation today.


He also continues to develop and implement cutting edge planning strategies in portfolio design, asset protection and proactive tax planning.  If preserving and growing your wealth makes sense, it makes sense to work with Tony Amaradio.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Parents Taking Out Student Loans – Tony Amaradio Weighs

Since the economic downturn, the realities of higher education have come into a rather harsh light.  College degrees are essential for attracting the legitimate interest of potential employers, and yet they in no way guarantee employment.  This may mean a degree that yields no offers and encroaching financial struggles in the form of student debt, if the graduate relied upon loans to subsidize his or her education.  Tuitions are such that many parents have taken it upon themselves to take out loans for their children.  But is this a good idea? 

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“Parents naturally want their children to enter their adult lives with as few complications as possible, and they moreover feel that they [the parents] are in a better position, financially speaking, to take on the responsibilities of significant loans,” says financial consultant and founder of Select Portfolio Management, Tony Amaradio.  “However, these parents might have neglected to consider their own financial futures, as well as the hardships they might experience in their later years when they will likely still have inflexible loan obligations to address.”

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Student loan repayment is far more malleable for students that it is for parents.  While students can opt for forgiveness programs and pay-as-you-earn options, parents can not.  Furthermore, it is generally assumed that parents do not have to go through waxing and waning income fluctuations that a person straight out of school would, so they will likely be stuck with a rigid repayment obligation well into their retirement years.

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“It is highly advisable that parents with college-ready children consult with an experienced financial advisor before embarking upon student loans of any kind, either in their own name or their children’s,” says Tony Amaradio.  “It is very possible for a child to graduate from college without debt if both the parents and children work towards that goal.”

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Financial literacy: It pays to know how money works

Just as important as the capacity to read and write is the ability to wisely handle your finances. Yet, despite the many lessons that can be culled from the economic crunch not too long ago, many Americans still pay little attention to sharpening their financial knowledge.
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Experts in financial planning, such as "Faithful with Much" author Tony Amaradio, believe that with more time spent on good resources, everyone can learn to make sound decisions on spending, saving, and investing. Here are some tips to get started:
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Start learning ASAP. In a recent assessment of financial literacy conducted by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, young Americans scored below average. But it's never too late for the kids, and for grown-ups, too, to gain the basic know-how. Mobile applications and websites, such as Money as You Grow, can demonstrate the importance of handling money wisely to kids as young as 3 years old.
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For the not-so-young, these articles by Forbes contributors Erik Carter and John Wasik are good materials to begin with.
Read. It doesn't matter if you equip yourself with financial knowledge through hardbound textbooks or from a Google search. What matters is that the desire to learn must be there. Start learning the basics of personal finance from insightful and practical guides like "The Automatic Millionaire" and "Stop Acting Rich and Start Living Like a Real Millionaire."
Confront your money issues. Observing how you spend and save your money and discussing finances with the right people are some of the best ways to level up financial literacy. Sadly, a lot of Americans are missing such opportunity: Only 14 percent of individuals are comfortable talking about their financial concerns, and 13 percent seek advice from a financial professional, according to the American Institute of CPAs. Beat the passivity and start discussing with the community and with financial planners to proactively draw up solutions.
A successful businessman, author, and speaker, Tony Amaradio believes that the timely delivery of economic information can get both businesses and consumers ahead financially. Follow this Google+ page for relevant information and advice on money matters.