Samuel Asare MBA, CRPC, CMFC, CTP

Author Archive: Samuel Asare MBA, CRPC, CMFC, CTP

Samuel N. Asare is the senior strategist at Laser Financial Group, a regular columnist/commentator for various national and regional publications, author of Proven , Common-Sense Wealth Building blog, and four personal finance books. He holds an MBA and is a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor, a Charted Mutual Fund Counselor, a Certified Treasury Professional, and a Certified Business Manager. To get more straight-forward retirement insights, visit LaserFG.com, or connect at facebook.com/LaserFG.

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Probability is NOT a Retirement Strategy

Probability is NOT a Retirement Strategy

It is safe to say that the vast majority of Americans – guided by their financial advisors – leave the success of their retirement nest eggs entirely to chance. Think about it. Most people invest their nest eggs on the probability that, come the time for their retirements, they might end up with amounts sizeable […]

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Does Tax Preparation Software Really Get You More Money Back?

Does Tax Preparation Software Really Get You More Money Back?

Each year, right about this time, I receive quite a few inquiries from people asking which tax preparation software will get them the largest refund. Just the other day, I had to referee an emotional exchange between two siblings who were having a very passionate discussion – to put it lightly – about this particular […]

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Baby Boomers Are Jamming Retirement Traffic – So What Now?

Baby Boomers Are Jamming Retirement Traffic – So What Now?

The story goes like this: Between 1946 and 1964, a bunch of American parents made an estimated 70 to 80 million babies. This baby boom has been very good for America as a whole. That’s because, as you’d expect, these babies needed things like food, clothing, toys, and education…and they grew up to become doctors, […]

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Are the RIGHT People Due to Inherit Your Money?

Are the RIGHT People Due to Inherit Your Money?

Okay I must admit, this is not the sort of heading you’d “normally” see – especially, at the beginning of a new year. As I’ve often said many times in the past, in personal financial planning, trendy is not necessarily better. So here’s a quick question: What, as an investor, do you look for when […]

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