Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneurship’

Book Review: The Millionaire Mind by Thomas J. Stanley

Book Review: The Millionaire Mind by Thomas J. Stanley

By The Banker | Book Reviews, Personal Finance

The Millionaire Mind by Thomas J. Stanley did not win the acclaim of its predecessor The Millionaire Next Door, but I consider it an equally valuable resource for personal financial education. As with The Millionaire Next Door, which I reviewed earlier, Stanley conducts a type of ethnographic study of multi-millionaires, surveying them on attitudes, life [&hellip

A Source of Angel Funds: Your IRA

A Source of Angel Funds: Your IRA

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Investing, Personal Finance

Karen Blumenthal’s column in The Wall Street Journal over the weekend featured two of my favorite topics, self-directed IRAs and entrepreneurship, in a combined article.  The details in the article, as well as the details of using a self-directed IRA to fund a small company, are complex. ·         You can’t lend money personally to the [&hellip

On Entrepreneurship, Part III - the air, the taxes, the retirement

On Entrepreneurship, Part III – the air, the taxes, the retirement

By The Banker | Blog Posts

The air is just different owning business equity rather than earning a fixed income with a salary.  Can you smell it? I left Goldman in 2004 and have been downwardly mobile, career-wise, ever since.  I’ve also never been happier. I’ve written before that one of the keys to feeling and being wealthy is do something [&hellip