Over the last week or so, I’ve stumbled upon several blogs about investing and financial independence. Many of these individuals, stress the importance of a personal net worth and how that’s actually more important than the amount of money you earn. A Primer in Understanding Net Worth Your net worth is the number you get […]

exit strategy

Hopefully, you’re thinking about an exit strategy because your business is fabulously profitable and it’s time to reap the rewards of your labor. It’s always nice to take the money and run. On the other hand, if you’re business isn’t doing as well as you’d like, it may be beneficial and perhaps necessary to devise […]

Top Female Finance Bloggers

Historically, finance has been dominated by men. Advice, management, and other roles in personal and corporate finance are heavily weighted towards men, but the tide is changing. Very beneficial for the world is the fact that women have now been recognized for being just as competent, if not more so than men at handling money […]

Bad Debt Tax Deduction

Tax season! It’s just around the corner. If you’ve been keeping careful records all year and have no fear of stacks of forms, you may feel pretty relaxed about this time, even if you’re not actually looking forward to it. But if this is the first time that you’re putting them together for your freelance […]

online marketing

For the majority of Americans, the focus of 2016 was the tough slog of Democratic and Republican primaries, followed by the brutal presidential election. While everyone was distracted by politics, however, the economy continued to improve markedly over recent years. Hundreds of thousands of new jobs continue to be added  to the payrolls each month, […]

Profit and Loss Statement

Tax day is tomorrow! If you are like one of the millions of Americans scrambling to get your taxes in before the deadline, you may have come across questions about itemizing your deduction versus taking the standard deduction. While this is certainly accounting jargon, it is a simple yet important concept to understand. If you […]


Here we are. Tax Day is imminent. And you’re not ready to file. It’s something that happens even to the best of us. I know I’ve been there. Maybe you’re missing an important document. Perhaps you’ve misplaced a receipt. No matter the problem, the reality is that you just are not ready to file taxes. […]

Accepting Level 3 Payments

Many recent college grads aren’t that good with money, and it shows; more often than not they are under-insured, have little to no savings for the future or even an emergency, and carry a heavy load of credit card and student debt. Failing to address financial problems early on can limit your success over the […]

time management

American consumers are carrying an unprecedented amount of debt. Recent statistics lay out the unpleasant facts: as of 2015, households carry an average of nearly $16,000 in credit card balances, $27,000 in car loans, and a whopping $48,000 in student loan debt. It doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, a small but significant […]


Yesterday, we began revealing how a person can include investigating in a percentage-based budget. This is important because your investments should grow as your income grows. This is how to make sure you remember your future while enjoying your present… Earlier we mention using the well-known (for a reason) investment shelters known as the 401(k) […]

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