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Questions related to the earning of money (or other capital) within a specified time frame. Topics such as methods to increase income, account for it, track it, analyze it, or disclose it are all appropriate, but discussions of *income tax* should use that tag instead.

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You need to map your cash flow. Use graph paper. Divide this into three parts. Contribution phase starting value is zero annual, monthly, or per payday contribution is CONTRIBUTION final value of …
answered Aug 16 '16 by Xalorous
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Keep in mind that unless you have a contract that says you get a certain amount of raise every year, the employer is not required to give you any raise. The quality of a raise is too subjective for a …
answered Oct 27 '16 by Xalorous
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As you move toward retirement, your portfolio is supposed to move toward low risk, stable investments, more bonds, less stocks, etc. Your question implies that you want to increase your income, most … likely because your income is not satisfying your desires. First, any idea that you have that risks your savings, just eliminate it. You are not able to replace those savings. The time for those …
answered Oct 26 '16 by Xalorous