Before You Say I Do: The Ups and Downs of a Legal Prenuptial Agreement

Even though the vows clearly state “until death do us part,” there are many marriages within the United States that are not fulfilling that promise. More than 50 percent of first marriages end in divorce, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Therefore, it is not surprising that an increasing number of couples … Continue reading Before You Say I Do: The Ups and Downs of a Legal Prenuptial Agreement

How to Get a Discount at the Auto Dealership

When purchasing a used car, most consumers will assume that there is some room for negotiation in price. This is also the case when buying a new car from an auto dealer. Whether it's including extra accessories or getting a better deal on in-house financing, asking for discounts can pay off in many cases. However, … Continue reading How to Get a Discount at the Auto Dealership

Shock and Awe as Dubai Looks to Take Shop Until You Drop to Another Level

With reports of international trade beginning to rebound as the world shakes off its isolationist tendency following the financial downturn of half-a-decade ago, reports that shopping in the Middle East is about to enter a new expansive phase is another indicator of good times ahead. There's no country better equipped to lead the nascent recovery … Continue reading Shock and Awe as Dubai Looks to Take Shop Until You Drop to Another Level

No, You Can’t Work Remotely on That

For a good long while, tradition and resistance to change won over advancing technology, and "no" was the response a lot of people got when trying to set themselves up for telecommuting or some other form of remote/location-independent work. Not so much anymore. Even in my own industry, architecture, where collaborative face-to-face work and "analog" skills … Continue reading No, You Can’t Work Remotely on That