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Mark Zayti Unlocks Wealth-Building Potential for Clients with Indexed Universal Life (IUL) Policies

Mark Zayti’s journey into entrepreneurship began at a young age, as he worked alongside his father in his trucking business. His passion for business and helping others led him to pursue a degree in Finance and Marketing from Ferris State University. After graduating, Mark entered the insurance industry in 1991, quickly establishing himself as a […]

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Chris Kamberis of Kansas City

The Impact of Interest Rates on Savings Accounts and Certificates of Deposit: A Comprehensive Analysis from Chris Kamberis of Kansas City

In an ever-evolving economic landscape, the significance of understanding how interest rates influence traditional savings vehicles cannot be overstated. For individuals looking to optimize their savings strategies, grasping the effects of interest rate fluctuations on savings accounts and Certificates of Deposit (CDs) is paramount. This in-depth analysis from Chris Kamberis, a real estate investor from […]

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Kenneth Holmes Tennessee Bonding Company

Kenneth Holmes of The Tennessee Bonding Company on Emerging Trends in the Bonding Industry

The bonding industry, integral to the construction, legal, and business sectors, is witnessing significant changes driven by technological advancements, regulatory shifts, and evolving market dynamics. Kenneth Holmes of the Tennessee Bonding Company notes these emerging trends are reshaping the landscape of surety bonds, influencing both the providers and the consumers of these financial instruments. This […]

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Ways to Save One Dollar a Week

Many of our readers are young professionals, fathers, mothers, students, people looking to make a career change and/or increase their professional development. Regardless of what industry you are in, where you want to work, or who you are, being able to save money and effectively use it is something we all should consider doing. With […]

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Taxable Vs Tax-Deferred Growth

Before I get into taxable versus tax-deferred growth of your capital, I’d like to point out a blog I stumbled upon called The Corner Office which provides a great resource to prep for your visit to the tax man.? Here is the pdf you should review before seeing your accountant as it can help save […]

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What To Do With Your Bonus

If you were lucky enough to get a bonus this year, you are probably thinking about what you spend it on. I’d like to give a prioritized list of some smart ways to spend it: Put it toward your emergency fund. Everyone should have at least 3 months of living expenses in their bank account […]

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