This past Monday, I interviewed for a job I found through my professional network and found out the results the next day. Unfortunately for me, they selected a candidate with 5 more years of experience, but admitted that I was a very close second and … [Read more...] about Creating New Opportunities Out of Old Ones
You may or may not have noticed the lack of original articles from me the last week or so. Well, there's a couple explanations. I've been rather distracted with a few opportunities that have come my way over the last few weeks, starting with this … [Read more...] about The Power of Networking: When Opportunities Come to You
The first lesson for personal finance basics is about you, your job and your future. Why People Work People work to meet their needs, wants and goals. Some of us also work out of a sense of duty to ourselves, our families or just our fellow men and … [Read more...] about Personal Finance Basics: Your Job, Your Future
Each tax season, tax experts J.K. Lasser send useful articles to various personal finance bloggers to provide to their readers. I'd like to present you with this week's article about the dreaded "A" word: No one should be afraid to take a … [Read more...] about What You Should Know About Audits
I just opened a letter from our student loan provider that's been sitting in a pile all week. I thought it was the monthly bill for Stacie's loan, but it turns out it was a notification. Here's what it said: WHY WE ARE CONTACTING … [Read more...] about Our Student Loan Interest Rate Went Down by 1%!
This is part ten of the Ways to Save Money Series. Some of the referrals I promote on this site are for various credit cards. I battled with the idea of promoting cards when I myself had so many problems with them. However, I was able to triumph … [Read more...] about Ways to Save Money #10: Don’t Carry a Credit Card Balance