HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO YOU

With only a few days till Christmas, my letter to Santa wishes for health and happiness for my family, friends and readers. I appreciate you following this blog, your comments and support. I look forward to hearing from you in 2020. HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE! MY FAVORITE CHRISTMAS SINGER AND SONG NAT KING COLE - THE CHRISTMAS SONGhttps://youtu.be/hwacxSnc4tI   To Join Wealth Building Powers BLOG: PLEASE SIGN UP TO FOLLOW THIS BLOG by providing your email in the ...

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DOES IT MATTER THAT 73 PERCENT OF BLACK BABIES ARE BORN TO SINGLE MOMS?

Too many black fathers, are missing from too many lives and too many homes. They have abandoned their responsibilities, acting like boys instead of men. We know the statistics — that children who grow up without a father are five times more likely to live in poverty and commit crime; nine times more likely to drop out of schools and 20 times more likely to end up in prison. They ...

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DO BLACKS LAG WHITES IN FINDING GOOD JOBS AND BUILDING WEALTH IN 2019?

You have to decide how you’re going to show up in life,” she said. “I’ve used some of my differences as a way to stand out and to hopefully count and matter — and hopefully create an opportunity for others.” Her advice to those who may want to follow in her footsteps: “Be confident in your own ideas.” “Be brave,” she said. “Bravery is not the absence of fear, it is overcoming ...

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HOW TO HONOR THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS WITHOUT INCREASING YOUR DEBT LOAD

    THE YUCK GIFTS How many of you admit to regifting?   You know the gifts when you open a package and your first thought can never be uttered in front of your Mom. So you flip it over a few times trying to guess what’s in the package when you finally come across the name tag and AH HA, you were right.  It’s from your in law!  Meanwhile you sent him or her a $60 ...

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YOUR BIGGEST RISK TODAY – A LONG LIFE!

A large percentage of today’s retirees are facing a “longevity crisis” and outliving their savings. Some of my friends are facing this very real crisis. One spent the bulk of his 401K on his three kids’ college education. Because he loves his children. Two have small pensions and are financially struggling. Another is afraid he cannot afford to retire. When you add in the risk of catastrophe illness, their risk ...

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