Get Energy Tax Credit This Year

Tuesday, November 23, 2010, 6:33 AM | 9 Comments

Get energy tax credit when you weatherize your home this year. According to the Internal Revenue Service, homeowners making energy-saving improvements this fall can cut their winter heating bills and lower their 2010 tax bill as well. Last year’s Recovery Act expanded two home energy tax credits: 1) non-business energy property credit and 2) residential […]

Simplify Your Budget In 2011 And Beyond

Sunday, November 21, 2010, 12:24 PM | 8 Comments

This topic has been beaten to death by all the finance gurus on this planet. Everyone goes into such intricate details that consumers just get lost and stuck in the whole quagmire. How hard can it be? Bring simplicity back in your life. That’s the only way you can survive these days. You get your […]

The debt I Have Known Is The Most Destructive Kind

Saturday, November 20, 2010, 11:52 PM | 4 Comments

One of the greatest country singers and my favorite Roy Clark released this song in 1969. “Yesterday, When I Was Young” was Roy’s biggest crossover hit, an easy listening ballad by Charles Aznavour that made a strong showing on the country, pop, and adult contemporary charts in 1969. Clark was riding high from his exposure […]

Path To Your Personal Social Network Of 50 Friends

Saturday, November 20, 2010, 6:09 AM | 4 Comments

A new social network known as Path has debuted on November 15 that is very personal and can have no more than 50 close friends. You will share pictures you take every day with your mobile device with your closest friends and family. The three main figures behind Path are Dustin Mierau, Matt Van Horn, […]

Scam Creates Family Financial Crisis

Friday, November 19, 2010, 7:26 AM | 6 Comments

Scam resulting in family financial crisis knows no prejudice, knows no national boundaries. It can be financially disastrous and can happen to anyone. Over the years, many folks, with supposedly good judgment, have been scammed. Many investors trusted their financial advisers, someone like Bernie Madoff, and were defrauded of millions and billions of dollars. In […]

Watch This Video And Stop Work-At-Home-Mom Scam

Thursday, November 18, 2010, 6:00 AM | Leave Comment

Watch the video below and stop the work-at-home mom scam. Online marketing has created a phenomenon called Cost Per Action sometimes known as Pay Per Action. CPA is an online advertising pricing model. I guess Google was the first to implement it. In this model, the advertiser pays for each specified action which can be […]

Visa Has Taken Over Russian Credit Card Business

Wednesday, November 17, 2010, 6:35 AM | 9 Comments

Visa credit card has increased its customer base in Russia seventy fold in the last decade. In 2000, Visa had nearly one million accounts. In 2010, it has increased that number to 70 million. Looks like every decade or so, another nation’s folks will go the path of heavily in debt. So far that honor […]

Quantify Your Accomplishments When Writing Resume

Tuesday, November 16, 2010, 5:42 PM | Leave Comment

When developing your resume, quantify your accomplishments with dollars and other kinds of numbers in your previous work. You have to quantify your experience to write an effective resume. In any discipline, may that be tracking your company’s compliance, sales and marketing, saving money for the company, or worked at the help desk, it’s important […]

The Job Market Came Alive – Somewhat

Tuesday, November 16, 2010, 3:00 AM | 5 Comments

While the overall unemployment rate is still at 9.6%, over 151,000 new jobs were added to the work force of America in October, according to the data released by Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). When BLS revised the unemployment data for September and August, it showed that the U.S. lost 110,000 fewer jobs in these […]

Banks All Over America Are Raising Fees

Sunday, November 14, 2010, 7:19 AM | 1 Comment

Because of the new banking regulation in place now, banks all over America are raising fees for a variety of services. At times, these were either free or charging minimal fees. They are eliminating free checking and raising fees on other basic services, such as ATM transactions. The responsibility falls one the consumer’s shoulders. If […]