Jeannette Perez2 days ago
Medical Collection Accounts
When we go see a doctor, the front desk assistant gives us an application to fill out. We have to write down our name, address, date of birth, social security number, medical history and reason for ou...
I Actually Started Budgeting
For the past month, I’ve been obsessing over finances. Not how to make money—but what to do with the money I make. I get a paycheck twice a month doing contracted tutoring through a company. I have st...
Brittney Walker3 days ago
Join the Revolution: Fee-Free Bank Accounts and Feature/ Benefit Comparison
Banking is a huge part of modern day economics. Banks have a large role and as such, sometimes too much power. I got my first bank account at around age 12 because I was making some money buying and r...
How I'm Budgeting to Pay off My Student Loans
Originally posted to my blog. I just spent the past two hours looking at the student loan debt I owe. It’s a hefty amount—but not as much as most people have to pay. Since I make money on a more consi...
Ann King4 days ago
Low Credit Score Is Costing You Big Money
Good credit is something that everyone needs. Unfortunately, it is not something that everyone has. For one reason or the other, there are millions of people who have fallen into the bad credit trap. ...
Payday Loans: A Guide (and Warning) for First-Timers
Payday loans are very short-term loans that can only go as high as $1000, depending on state legal maximum, and they must be repaid on your next payday, hence the name. To get the loan, you must write...
Lester Lee8 months ago
Yield Curve Inversions and What It Could Mean for Your Portfolio
If you’ve been a follower of financial news you have been hearing about all this talk about the so-called yield curve. In fact, it was fears of a yield curve inversion that have sent the Dow and S&P 5...
Patty Ramsen8 months ago
10 Best Investing Books for Teens
Today's teens are expected to know what they want to do with the rest of their lives by the time they graduate high school. Consequently, many strive for the highest paying job possible. But this does...
Roland Barnes9 months ago
Best Udemy Courses for Value Investors
Udemy was founded on the premise that “the world’s best teachers aren’t always found in classrooms.” They offer courses in a variety of topics and in over 50 different languages, so there’s definitely...
Riley Raul Reese9 months ago
I Tried Qapital's App, and It Wasn't What I Thought It'd Be
I need to work on being more fiscally stable. Being a writer often means having to weather the highs and lows of a gig economy, and in many cases, you may need to save money in the high times just to ...
Morgan E. Westling9 months ago
10 Reasons Why Investing in Commodities Is Dangerous
The argument for avoiding commodity investments continuously outweighs any argument which encourages investing in commodities. Commodities are raw materials such as crude oil, natural gas, precious me...
Brayden Simmons10 months ago
Ways to Get Kids into Investing
In 2017, CNBC reported that 46 percent of young adults had nothing in their savings. An additional 21 percent had less than a thousand dollars. These young adults, from ages 18 to 24, are preparing to...
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Carlos Fox6 days ago
Multi-Tenant Properties VS Single-Tenant Properties: Which Is Better?
If you’re thinking about investing in commercial property, you were probably drawn to the world of commercial real estate by the promise of unprecedented income. Unlike residential real estate, commer...
HowToFind .com9 days ago
A World with Negative Rates? What the Future Could Look Like
The outlook for interest rates looks overwhelmingly downward in the next few years; it is true that nothing is written and everything can happen, but what the figures tell us today is that the cost of...
Isaiah Goodman15 days ago
Becoming Satisfied
Have you ever met someone that owns multiple houses? Did you assume they were wealthy before they got the properties, or wonder if that’s how they became wealthy?
Jeremy Frommer24 days ago
Reversing Forward
Reversing to move forward is part of Jerrick's journey from the OTCQB to the NASDAQ Capital Markets. From inception, Jerrick's goal has been to build a billion dollar company. In fact, that goal drove...
Steven Walker3 months ago
Possible Reasons for Stock Splitting
As an investor, you need to understand all there is to know about stock dilution. Stock splitting is one of the most common ways in which the shares of a company are diluted. When the board of directo...
nicole clara5 months ago
What the Average Investor Needs to Know About Small, Mid, and Large Caps
When building an investment portfolio, an investor should contemplate asset allocation across the entire portfolio when developing their strategy. Asset allocation—the selecting of how much money goes...
Jeannette Perez2 days ago
Medical Collection Accounts
When we go see a doctor, the front desk assistant gives us an application to fill out. We have to write down our name, address, date of birth, social security number, medical history and reason for ou...
Eva Vergis6 days ago
Money Lending Law and Its Different Legal Definition
Money lending is a process that helps people in need but in most of the times the borrowers end up in debt, even though there are several laws and regulations designed and reinforced to protect the bo...
5 Ways to Overcome Bad Credit History as a Young Adult
A bad credit rating can be a curse, especially when you are just starting out. You will not get approved for loans from lenders. It will become extremely hard to get personal loans. You will struggle ...
I Actually Started Budgeting
For the past month, I’ve been obsessing over finances. Not how to make money—but what to do with the money I make. I get a paycheck twice a month doing contracted tutoring through a company. I have st...
Brittney Walker3 days ago
Join the Revolution: Fee-Free Bank Accounts and Feature/ Benefit Comparison
Banking is a huge part of modern day economics. Banks have a large role and as such, sometimes too much power. I got my first bank account at around age 12 because I was making some money buying and r...
How I'm Budgeting to Pay off My Student Loans
Originally posted to my blog. I just spent the past two hours looking at the student loan debt I owe. It’s a hefty amount—but not as much as most people have to pay. Since I make money on a more consi...
Brett Tortorello6 months ago
10 Must Read Economics Books
Economics can be, admittedly, a pretty boring subject to casually read up on. Not everyone is a fan of how the US economy—or any economy for that matter—works. For those seemingly disinterested in the...
Fred Eugene Park7 months ago
What Is the Origin of Bull Market and Bear Market Terms?
With its global financial epicenter in New York City, the stock market has long been a source of curiosity for many Americans. With numerous popular films like Wall Street and The Wolf of Wall Street ...
15 Expensive Houses Owned by Billionaire Wall Street Bankers
They are billionaire Wall Street finance bankers and we are taking a look at 15 expensive houses they own or owned.
Trish Gilmore4 months ago
Top 11 Books on How to Survive a Recession
Let's start with the basics; what's the difference between recession and a depression? I'll start with the more colloquial definition. A recession is when your neighbor loses their job. A depression i...
Ossiana Tepfenhart7 months ago
10 Fascinating Books About Bernie Madoff
In the 1990s, the Madoff name was associated with the man who helped create the NASDAQ index, brought computers into Wall Street practice, and acted as a major player on finance ethics boards. Saying ...
The 10 Best Books on the 2008 Financial Crisis
We all know that 2008 was a terrible year for many of us. When banks began to collapse, business seemed to go into a freefall. Lenders could no longer give out money to aspiring entrepreneurs. People ...