Update Resume In 2011 Just In Case

Monday, January 24, 2011, 4:27 AM | 2 Comments

Even if you have a good job and you don’t plan on looking for another job this year, experts advise to update your resume once every year if not twice. It’s a good practice. It will give you a better idea of what you have been working on. You could compare your achievements with your […]



Essential Qualifications For Website Developer

Sunday, January 23, 2011, 5:24 AM | Leave Comment

The online businesses need website and blog developers who not only have technical qualifications but some business background as well. I have come across many online sites that seem to be developed by high school kids with technical hooks and nooks here and there but with seemingly no business know-how and understanding. As far as […]



Effects Of Record Mafia Sweep On Consumers Finances

Saturday, January 22, 2011, 7:52 AM | Leave Comment

Media reported on Thursday that federal agents conducted their largest ever roundup of suspected mob members, charging 127 people in the Northeast with crimes ranging from execution-style slayings to illegal card games. It seems that banks, hedge funds, and private investors and the likes have learned a lot from the mob tactics of loan-sharking, racketeering, […]



Manufacturers Use Psychology To Get You Pay For Grocery

Friday, January 21, 2011, 6:11 AM | 2 Comments

Yesterday I went to the local supermarket to buy some groceries, some fresh vegetables, some frozen and a couple of store-brand packages of frozen pizza. In my family, living in New England, we keep a couple of pizza and a couple of cans of soup just in case we are snowed in and stay inside […]



Complain 4 Dollar Gas Price But Not 5 Dollar Cup Coffee

Thursday, January 20, 2011, 2:54 PM | 3 Comments

Folks who have problems with handling their personal finances complain about the rising prices at the gas stations. In my town today it was $3.10 a gallon. Experts predict gas prices might surpass the 4 dollar mark pretty soon. In the nation’s downtown areas, it may already be close to four dollars a gallon. However, […]



FCC Approved Comcast Acquisition Of NBC Universal

Thursday, January 20, 2011, 6:00 AM | Leave Comment

Federal regulators on Tuesday approved Comcast’s $30 billion acquisition of NBC Universal. Camcast is the biggest cable company in the States (hardware) and NBC Universal has one of the biggest libraries of TV shows and movies (software). Together, the companies have 16.7 million broadband subscribers, about 23 million cable customers and dozens of lucrative and […]



You May Not File Your Tax Return Before February

Tuesday, January 18, 2011, 1:49 AM | Leave Comment

This year you may not file your tax return in January. The filing is delayed til middle of February the earliest and the end of February the latest, according to the media report. The new tax law was passed last month, in middle of December. That not only included continuation of the Bush-era tax cuts […]



Forex Is Abbreviation For Foreign Exchange Market

Friday, January 14, 2011, 9:49 AM | 3 Comments

Forex is simply the abbreviation for the Foreign Exchange Market. It has also been referred to as FX in the trading world. For stocks, there are Stock Exchanges where stocks are bought and sold. Then you have Foreign Exchanges where currency is bought and sold. The big difference I see is that when you buy […]



Bruce Lee Knew No Limits

Thursday, January 13, 2011, 1:51 AM | Leave Comment

One of my favorite people of the 20’th century was Bruce Lee. There is an article on imgur.com in the form of an image about a friend’s experience with Bruce. [On the site, there is nothing else but images.] They both would go on a daily jog together. When he jogged alone, Bruce would do […]



Wealth 2.0: How To Get Rich In The Information Age

Wednesday, January 12, 2011, 1:01 AM | 5 Comments

“There is nothing more demoralizing than a small but adequate income.” – Edmund Wilson. With the world still recovering from what some are calling an economic meltdown, personal finance has never been more important. Only 1 in 20 people will retire financially free. The other 95% will depend on their family or the government. But […]