Thank You Christmas – The Economic Boost of the Holidays

Saturday, November 7, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

Consumers spend more on the Winter Holidays (Christmas, Hanukkah, etc.) than any other holiday—in fact, they spend over $630 billion, nearly ten times the amount spent on Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Easter, and Halloween combined! Every person spends about $809 on gifts, food, and decorations during Christmas. These astonishing numbers actually have a […]

Real Estate Investing – Good, Bad, or Ugly?

Friday, November 6, 2015, AM | 2 Comments

Many investors do see a rise when it comes to investment properties, but not all properties rise quite enough to justify the long-term commitment by the investor. Many people make the initial investment expecting the price of said investment to appreciate a lot given time. This, however, can be a risky business. Thus, there’s a […]

Is College Worth It?

Thursday, November 5, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

Millennials might be paying out a lot more for school and accumulating record setting debt, but they don’t mind as outlined by a brand new feedback survey of 500 college graduates from Credit Sesame. Even though the price of education has been going through the roof, Millennials who were born between 1981 and 2004 are […]

9 Tips for Successful Career Planning

Wednesday, November 4, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

Making advancements in your career can be a struggle at time, but the struggle usually comes when you don’t know which road to go down when you are presented with a number of channels to go down. What we are about to unveil to you here is some simple tips that can help you successfully […]

What to look for in a mobile trading platform

Tuesday, November 3, 2015, PM | Leave Comment

The term ‘Mobile Trading’ refers to the use of wireless technology in stock trading and is a convenient way for investors to access trading platforms from their androidor iPhone mobile phone whilst they are on the go. Such technology allows users to gain access to their account from their smart phone and is especially beneficial […]

Money for Court: Financial Keys to a Successful Lawsuit

Tuesday, November 3, 2015, AM | 10 Comments

Although taxpayers pay for our judicial system, it’s not free for most people. To bring a personal injury lawsuit to successful completion, certain litigation costs are required along the way. For example, the charge for filing most personal injury lawsuits is well over $200, but that’s not even the tip of the iceberg. Typical Personal […]

What to Expect Financially After a Divorce

Monday, November 2, 2015, AM | 1 Comment

If you are considering divorce or just starting the process, you may naturally be concerned about how ending your marriage will affect you financially. If you have children, own property or have considerable assets, the situation can be particularly complicated. Here is a look at four major areas where you can expect to see the […]

3 Aspects of Quality Management to Help Your Project

Sunday, November 1, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

There are many specific quality techniques that can help you be more successful on your project. There are also a number of higher-level concepts that describe your overall approach to quality. These help establish the right environment where the entire team thinks about quality on an ongoing basis. Here are three concepts to take to […]

5 Ways to Spot a Ponzi Scheme & Protect Yourself Against It

Saturday, October 31, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

In the early 1920’s, an ambitious Italian immigrant was taking over the investment world from his modest office in Boston. He was investing other people’s money and earning returns no one had ever thought possible. The promise was simple – cash today for a 50% assured return in 45 days or a 100% return in […]

How to Answer a Summons for Credit Card Debt

Friday, October 30, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

Everyone is susceptible to falling behind in debt, but the way a person handles it will make a huge difference in his or her life. A creditor will usually notify a person about a late payment several times before it resorts to taking legal measures. Most creditors will give a consumer at least 90 days […]