Seven Benefits of Metal Recycling

By now, it is common knowledge that everyone should recycle, and yet, many people still do not do it. This is often because people have misconceptions about recycling, like that it takes too much work or that they don’t get anything out of it. Alternately, they simply may not know all of the great benefits […]

FX Training: Why You Should Put Down the Book and Get on Your Platform

If you’re just starting out in the world of trading, it can be an extremely daunting time. Training on the Foreign Exchange (Forex) markets is not as trivial as it might at first appear, but it isn’t impossible, given the right amout of training. Unfortunately, training can lead you down a rabbit hole of textbooks […]

Five Benefits of Hiring a Mortgage Broker for First Time Home Buyers

Buying your first home can be an overwhelming and confusing process. Not only are there several steps that must be taken in the right order, but the process is full of terms you may not know and paperwork you may not fully understand.  Thankfully, first time homebuyers have someone who can help them through the […]

Job search in Georgia: Great opportunities for job seekers

Are you a graduating student or an adult is are seeking for a job? Are you eager to change the present place of working or seeking for a part-time job? No matter your request is a search of a job is quite a complicated and tangled issue. In spite of all possible difficulties this process […]

Retirement Resolutions to Make in 2014

This is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post please read our guest posting policy. With the start of a new year here, many people may be looking for ways to get their financial strategy on the right track. This can revolve around many things, but there could be a greater number of […]

The Autumn Statement Mixes Some Good News with Some Bad News

This is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post please read our guest posting policy. Recently, the Chancellor gave his traditional autumn statement and he was particularly upbeat this time around (it is probably part of the job description). He announced a wide range of changes to many things that affect people’s individual […]

Small Business Tax Forms & Which One You Should Use for Your Small Business

This is a guest post by Phillip Christenson, CFA, from Phillip James Financial. I asked him to share his expertise for us small business owners as January 1 is right around the corner. Read on how to choose whether you should be using Schedule C, Form 1065, or something more specific. This summary on tax […]

Put More Presents Under the Tree This Year with Some Hidden Savings

The holiday season is all about giving. Be honest, there is something satisfying about seeing a big mound of presents under the tree. It makes you feel as if you have accomplished something to know you are giving so much. Is it a self-indulgent feeling? Perhaps, but it is one you should not feel bad […]

Don’t Hit The Panic Button! How Financial Woes Can Be Solved With A Second Set of Eyes

Things are looking bad. Every turn you make with your accounts erupts in problems, and overdrafts. There is no feeling like failing financially. There are few things more burdensome. But there is hope, and the answer isn’t to make more money. The answer lies in understanding a few financial principles well, and executing them well.

10 Great Frugal Christmas Ideas

There are so many things to do and purchase during the holidays – that if you are not careful you can really spend a lot of money. However, if you plan carefully and use some of your creativity, you can end up saving a lot of money where you least expect it. Having fun over […]