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20 Comments Kevin on Feb 3rd 2013

The following is the first staff post by Greg Johnson. Please join me in welcoming him to the site! When people use the term “investing,” they are usually talking about investing money in the stock market. Whether that is through the purchase of single stocks, mutual funds, or retirement accounts, their idea of investing is […]

34 Comments Greg Johnson on Oct 15th 2012

Talk to any business owner about what it’s like running a company in the current economic climate and the chances are they will tell you ‘it’s tough out there.’ Despite the glimmers of hope that things might be improving and that the downturn might be swaying slightly more in favour of an upturn, most companies […]

Comments Off Guest on Oct 14th 2012

The following is the first staff post by Shondell from Call Me What You Want, Even Cheap. Please join me in welcoming her to the site! I have done the 7-3, 8-4 and 9-5 over the course of my career. Working 9-5 seems to be the standard for which most people refer to a 8 […]

12 Comments Call Me What You Want, Even Cheap on Sep 28th 2012

The prospect of running any business without a telephone line is practically unthinkable, especially in these modern times where the telephone is most people’s primary form of communication. It stands to reason that for any business to make the right first impression, their business phone service must be faultless and reliable, and there are a […]

Comments Off Guest on Sep 4th 2012

The following is a staff post by Melissa Batai. Please join me in welcoming her to the site! Attending conferences in your professional field is essential. While you will likely learn valuable information and new strategies and tips from the sessions you attend, there can be even more value outside the sessions. Conferences can offer your […]

31 Comments Melissa Batai on Aug 21st 2012

With interest rates so low right now, it seems like a great time to buy a house. And it can be, but you need to make sure that you are aware of everything you can be going in. This means really being sure that the house is for you, even beyond the open house. You […]

19 Comments Guest on Jul 26th 2012

I’ve always had fun looking at the income reports of others, as it’s so interesting to learn how people are doing, how successful they are, and where there is money to be made. On the other hand, can income reports be a dangerous thing? Is it like walking down the streets in your underwear — […]

49 Comments Kevin on Jul 10th 2012

Welcome to the July 6, 2012 Edition #244 of the Carnival of Financial Planning, hosted at Invest It Wisely. The Carnival of Financial Planning takes a long-term view of personal financial planning for individuals and families. We focus on efficient and sustainable personal financial planning practices that can lead to lifetime financial security. This edition is […]

17 Comments Guest on Jul 6th 2012

As you age, there may come a time when you are going to rely on your children for some type of assistance. For most, it is not a question of “if”, but more like “when”. Many times it comes at an unexpected time as well. NPR recently had an article about Preparing For A Future […]

4 Comments Guest on Jul 5th 2012

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