Everyone’s heard the saying don’t lend money to family or friends unless you’re willing to lose both. But not all situations are cut and dry, and occasionally exceptions to the rule need to be made. Will loaning money to friends or family ultimately destroy your relationship?
Although it may not be regularly discussed in Forbes magazine or on the news, some of the most powerful business people are not just stockbrokers or CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. No, some of them are right in our midst daily. They’re called WAHM, which stands for Work At Home Moms. What makes them powerful […]
Nobody really enjoys filing taxes. Even certified public accountants probably find the process tedious at times. But when you’re working from home it can be an extra chore to get your taxes done simply because you are responsible for tracking all of your business accounts in addition to your personal finances (since some of these […]
The state of credit card debt in the United States is just mind-boggling. The average American is carrying $15,000 in revolving debt, and for many people, the number is much higher. All of that debt limits a person’s ability to make the best decisions for their present and handcuffs their future by impacting their choices […]
Kids are definitely expensive (upwards of $200,000 to raise these days), but the costs don’t disappear when they leave the nest; if anything, they only stand to increase. According to CollegeBoard.com, the average cost of tuition for the 2011-2012 school year is just over $8,000 (for in-state tuition), meaning that a four-year college career could […]