Category: Finances

Finances, Self-management

Never Enough Money? Here’s Why – And It Has Nothing To Do with The Economy

April 16, 2018

Via: Inc.

What’s one of the top discussions in the startup world? Money. The lack of it, access to it, and the future potential for it. Honestly? Investment money is not difficult to access at all. When a great idea is developed […]

Finances, Self-management, Task management

Want to Know Why your Freelance Business Needs a Rush Fee? Read This

April 11, 2018

Via: Small Business Trends

A freelancer’s passion is to help people in some way whether you’re offering writing, design, or another service. Being a little too helpful can cause us to not set proper boundaries with our clients. Beware — unclear boundaries and doing […]

Department management, Finances, Marketing, Self-management

Can You Make Money on Instagram? Here’s What You Need to Know

March 27, 2018

Via: Business 2 Community

There are tons of things that you can accomplish with Instagram. But can you make money on Instagram? You can market your brand or business. You can build and foster a community around your mission. You can engage your fans […]

Finances, Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management

5 Ways To Manage Your Money In Order To Realize Your Dreams

March 5, 2018

Via: Forbes

Rianka Dorsainvil wants to talk about the “B” word: Budget. The 30-year-old entrepreneur and Certified Financial Planner (CFP) is on a mission to make financial planning accessible to Millennials. Her fee-for-service only company, Your Greatest Contribution (YGC), offers to help […]

Finances, Self-management

Science Says Money Does Buy Happiness If You Spend it the Right Way

March 2, 2018

Via: Entrepreneur

There is frequent talk about how much money it takes for someone to truly be happy. Many studies have shown that happiness levels increase with income up to roughly $75,000 in annual salary. After that, there tends to be little […]

Finances, Self-management

Is it really necessary to pay a financial adviser?

February 28, 2018

Via: CNN

What with the anxiety of watching the stock market dip and dive these days and the hassle of finding someone affordable, competent and reputable to manage your money, I can understand why simply shoving your savings under your mattress might […]

Finances, Self-management

What’s the right balance between retiring early and saving enough?

February 8, 2018

Via: CNN

I’m worried about working until retirement age, then not being healthy enough to enjoy it. What’s the right balance between retiring early and saving enough?–Maurice You don’t want to retire in destitution, wishing you’d worked a few more years to […]

Finances, Self-management

How to Prepare Your Finances for the Next Economic Downturn

December 19, 2017

Via: Business 2 Community

We like to think everything’s going well with the economy. And it might be. But that doesn’t mean that there won’t be another recession. Indeed, you need to prepare your business for the next economic downturn. However, you also need […]

Finances, Self-management, Task management

How to Save on Monthly Expenses as a Freelancer

December 8, 2017

Via: Business 2 Community

As a freelancer operating on a tight budget, saving a few dollars can majorly impact your business and personal life. However, with so many different expenses, it’s often challenging to know where to start. Yet, there are easy ways to […]

Finances, Self-management

3 Things to Do To Your Finances Before the End of the Year

December 6, 2017

Via: Business 2 Community

We’ve got just one month left in 2017. The end of the year is already upon us! Before you turn your eyes towards 2018 full time, make sure that you have all your boxes checked off for 2017. The first […]