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Frederick Towles

Frederick Towles is an entrepreneur, author and professional coach on personal finance, recognizing, seizing and leveraging opportunities of all kinds. Frederick founded The Towles Group Inc. to address issues that relate to small businesses and individuals – accounting, taxation, asset protection, financial compliance, wealth creation, debt management and business management. He also founded Unlimited Expectations Inc. which provides tools for individuals to assist them in the areas of opportunity recognition, leadership and personal finance. Through the tools and services offered by these companies people are positioned to operate their lives and their businesses at optimal capacity.

Vacation Planning Without Credit Cards

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So we are currently at the end of 2017—is it too soon to think about when you are going on vacation in 2018? Certainly not! In fact, this is the best time for most families to think about when and where they will enjoy their vacation in 2018. While searching …

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5 Quick Tax Savings Tips for 2017

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Many people are getting ready to walk into 2018 thinking that they will receive a huge tax refund. Unfortunately, many of those people may be surprised. I would like you to do three things before the end of this month to help with your tax situation: Increase Tax Withheld From …

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Prepare Today for Your Future Income Reduction After Retirement

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The average retiree received $1,360.00 per month in 2017 from Social Security. That is $16,320.00 per year. This amount doesn’t seem like enough to survive anywhere in the United States. Company pensions have become less popular in the past ten years. That means financial security for Americans in their later …

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Are You Investing In Your Long-Term Future?

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In a Sports Illustrated article written in March 2009 it was revealed that “almost 80% of NFL athletes face serious financial distress or bankruptcy within two years of retiring from the league. 60% of NBA players who enjoy longer careers than their NFL colleagues, have similar problems within five years.” As …

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How Can I Pay My Mortgage Off Earlier?

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I am sure you have heard talk of people paying their mortgages off in record time and payed far less interest than you agreed to. Do you think you can do that? I know you can! I am going to share two ways that will help you pay your mortgage off …

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Retirement Funds: Self-Directed IRAs Explored

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Are you looking to grow your retirement funds? Of course you are, we all are! Here is an idea that may benefit some of you who are reading this article.  Take a look at self-directed IRAs.  What is a self-directed IRA?  I am glad you asked.  Here is the simplest …

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Steps You Can Take to Obtain Financial Security

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Here are some steps each of us can take right now to obtain financial security: Invest In Yourself  Grab a book on finance or investing and read it.  Do some research on the Internet to get a better understanding of personal finance and investing matters.  The best investment you can …

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What Exactly is Financial Security?

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We have all heard of financial freedom, right? Financial freedom is the ability to be comfortable financially without restriction. Well, financial security goes along with financial freedom. Here is what the financial gurus over at Quicken say about financial security: “Financial security refers to the peace of mind you feel …

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Common Money Misconceptions by Senior Citizens

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There are two very important misconceptions to point out about finances, taxes, and our later years: 1. Potential taxes on Social Security and 2. Life insurance policies. One misconception by seniors about Social Security is many believe that Social Security isn’t taxable. This unfortunately can be a costly misconception. If …

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Looking to Buy Your First Home? Part 3 – The Down Payment

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Ok, now let’s go through the checklist so far: You’ve overcome the speculation and obstacles that are attached to home ownership Your credit score is at its optimal point You’ve figured out the home price that is comfortable and affordable for your family You’ve assembled (or are in the process …

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