Posts Tagged“finance”

I have felt that the best course of action when deciding upon a career, or indeed a new career, is to go with something that you both love, and that you are good at. I cannot tell you how many friends went in to careers shortly after college because it seemed the easiest option or because they were chasing the money and they are now miserable in their jobs and dread Monday morning, something I could never do. As part of our focus on jobs which based on your skills, today we are going to take a look at what…

Are you sitting there looking at your finances and shaking your head? In the event the answer is yes, one would assume that is not a good sign. For people struggling with money, reviewing their financial portfolios can be unpleasant. One example of this would be the individual who sees that he or she is spending too much money on rent. Whether an apartment, condo or even a house, they’re not able to get ahead given the costs of their living quarters. As a result, they come to the conclusion that a roommate or roommates would be in their best…

Those that are looking to start a career in the financial services industry learn many skills during college and licensing courses that allows them to serve client effectively as a financial advisor. However, there are no skills more important than the ones that will enable you to maintain and build the fortunes of wealthy customers. Adam Rosenfeld Miami knows all about the rules that govern the maintenance of wealth, as he has managed the fortunes of high net-worth individuals for over 15 years. If you want to achieve the same level of success that he has, be sure to follow…

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What kind of grade would you give yourself when it comes to protecting and operating your finances? For many consumers, the thought of identity theft hitting their homes is all but a foreign concept. Sure, they may know it is out there, but they oftentimes figure they are immune to it. If identity theft seems immune to you, you very well could be the next victim. That said identity theft is but one of the challenges you face in managing your finances. Bad purchasing decisions, not saving enough money for retirement, and not looking to pay down debt are but…

It’s easy to watch your money slip away when you’re trying to transfer it overseas. Plenty of organizations collect taxes on transactions larger than certain amounts, and vendors skim fees off the top of what you’re trying to send. If you’re not careful, you could watch a large chunk of your money disappear in the time it takes to send it abroad. Fortunately, with a little research, it’s possible to reduce the amount of money you lose as it’s transferred across the globe. Look for Services that Collect Flat Fees Image via Flickr by by khrawlings Many banks charge fees as…

The latest and most recent Forex news always affect the buying and selling of currencies. For instance, one of the biggest influences of the foreign exchange market is fluctuations and changes in interest rates. Interest rates change from time to time and without the latest up-to date news about the current rates, a buyer may be at risk in buying and selling the loosing currency or that which would not make a profit. The selling pressure around the Sterling has now intensified, sending GBP/USD to the 1.2230 region. The spot has remained entrenched in the negative territory prompting levels that were…

Anyone who has tallied their income and expenses on a balance sheet will know that there’s a huge difference between having a budget and following one. Once you’ve put aside enough of your paycheck to meet your monthly needs, you don’t always have enough expendable income to cover fun or frivolous purchases or holidays. That doesn’t always mean you’re ready to let those go.But besides saying goodbye to weekly take-out and daily coffee, this also means you don’t have enough disposable income to cover those surprise expenses that you never thought to include in your budget. While you can easily…

There are many people out there who are sitting on large sums of cash, perhaps they have saved all their lives, had a windfall or even have been the beneficiaries of inheritance, what many of these people fail to do however is put that money to work in order to grow it. If you are one of these people then it is time you started thinking about ways in which you can use your money to grow your wealth, you should naturally retain some of your cash for rainy days or emergencies but utilizing the majority of it with the…