Whether you’re in the market for a new luxury vehicle or looking to upgrade to a newer, more reliable model, you likely have an idea of what you want in a new ride. From deciding on the color and size of the vehicle to the number of doors and amount of cargo space, you have … Continue reading Top Auto-Advancements to Consider When Buying a Car
While no one wants to think about the inevitable, the sad truth about life is that no one can avoid death. While this is a hard pill for many to swallow, it doesn't mean that you can't take steps to ease the burden on your loved ones after you’re gone. A well planned and professionally … Continue reading Everything You Need to Get the Most out of Your Will
It's March, which means that the weather is turning warmer in many parts of the country, and it's time for some Spring Cleaning in preparation for summer. Like our homes, our finances tend to get bogged down with dirt and clutter, and it's a good idea to clean house at least once a year. What … Continue reading Spring Cleaning for Your Finances
It's 2014, and for many people, your business website is one of the first ways we interact with your brand or service. If your website doesn't deliver, I consciously (and subconsciously) assume you won't either. But my customers aren't the type to check websites first, you say, or the type of business I'm in doesn't demand websites. 5 … Continue reading 5 Ways to Lose Me as a Customer With Your Website
As a parent of a 4-year-old and a personal finance blogger, people often ask me what kinds of lessons I try to teach my kids about money and whether 4 is just too early to make any kind of meaningful impact on a child's financial future. I wholeheartedly disagree. The mantras, habits, and emotions kids … Continue reading Teaching Young Kids About Money: Here’s What I Do
For entrepreneurs, small business owners, and anyone just “trying to make a buck” on the side, one of the most useful and beneficial things about the Internet is the ability to develop and sell a product without a lot of middle men and “permission.” Products are evaluated and vetted not by the preferences of a … Continue reading Developing a Product to Sell Online
Side gigs, a.k.a. freelancing, moonlighting, side businesses, etc. are all the rage these days. It seems that every blogger writing about personal finance, career development, or just about anything else, is promoting and encouraging readers to start side gigs, particularly if those bloggers themselves have "made it big" with their online or offline business. On … Continue reading Could Side Gigs Hurt Your Career?