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Social Security retirement benefits are available to American workers who have paid into the system throughout their working years. Originally established after the Great Depression

Social Security retirement benefits are available to American workers who have paid into the system throughout their working years. Originally established after the Great Depression

If you are the kind of person who is fond of online shopping, you must be very aware of the different payment schemes the shop implies. You could assign your checking account as

If something happens to you that requires you to be confined or positioned your body in a way that cannot be achieved using your home standard bed, you might be searching for ways on how you could get 

4 Biggest Challenges of Starting a Small Business

Starting a business can be exciting, but it’s about more than registering an LLC. Even if you have a great idea, small businesses have it hard in today’s economy, and you have to be ready to face everything that will be coming your way. Being prepared is essential and knowing the challenges you are likely

What Are The Benefits Of Having A Solid Credit Score?

As an adult, you probably have a pretty good idea of just how important your credit score is to your financial stability. The reality is that other than your social security number, your credit rating or score is the second most important number in your life. What you may not realize is how your credit

Important Questions to Ask Yourself Before Opting for a Hard Money Loan

A hard money loan is a convenient tool that can help you purchase real estate while you’re waiting for funds from the sale of another property. It’s only meant to be a short-term loan and is not appropriate for any long-term financing needs. When you get a hard money loan, it’s secured by real estate

Why You Need Business Insurance & How To Choose The Right Company

Running a business is definitely not a piece of cake. There are so many things you need to think about and handle on a daily basis and, on top of that, you are always facing certain risks and some losses here and there are bound to happen and there’s nothing you can do about it.

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About Gareth Neumann

Gareth Neumann is a retired Baby Boomer in his early sixties (no one’s allowed to know his actual age!). He still fondly remembers his first job as a store clerk at the tender age of 12, and it was non-stop work since then. Now he’s decided that he’s worked enough to last two lifetimes and finally retired in 2014. 

Gareth Neumann is a retired Baby Boomer in his early sixties (no one’s allowed to know his actual age!). He still fondly remembers his first job as a store clerk at the tender age of 12, and it was non-stop work since then. Now he’s decided that he’s worked enough to last two lifetimes and finally retired in 2014. 

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