Everyone has direct or indirect experience with debts. Whether you’ve been struggling at some point through your financial history with crushing bills and expenses, or whether you know someone who has, it’s fair to say that debt management is a novelty for nobody. Surprisingly enough, though, we, as individuals, spend a lot less time discussing… Read More Who’s Your Investment Advisor?
Whether you are just starting out in your career or nearly retired, many people will choose to rollover their 401(k) plan to an IRA at least once in their lifetime.* Of course, the more you have saved, the more you have at stake as you could be rolling over what might be a six or… Read More Rolling Over Your 401(k) Plan: Options and Mistakes
A lot of people have a misconception about what being a freelancer really means. Make no mistake, a freelancer is nothing else than a self-employed entrepreneur. The tools you use, the time you have available and the effort you invest are your corporate resources and, as such, they need to be spent carefully. Moreover, seeing… Read More How to Create a Perfect Home Office for Freelancing
(Image Source) It’s amazing to see just how much an achievement can impact someone’s life. Aside from making them feel satisfied and accomplished, there are a lot of complex emotions which can come with this. Having worked so hard for your goals, you will probably be ready for a break, and this can lead to… Read More Up A Rung: Climbing The Ladder In Your Career
With the final day of the school year in sight, end-of-year report cards will soon be on their way. Most parents want to see a report card stacked with As, but it’s not always a possibility. Whether they don’t quite get the lesson or they’re too bored to study, your kid won’t always score the… Read More Should You Reward Your Kids’ Good Grades