Financial Management
Financial Management

Losing Value On Money By Having Too Much of It

There seems to be a lot of news roaming around about company acquisitions lately and how large companies are willing to spend a fortune to acquire an existing business. One example is the news about Microsoft willing to pay to $6 billion for a digital marketing company called Aquantive. As a result I have been

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Financial Management

Trying To Be A Hero With Your Money and Finances

I personally think when it comes to money a lot of times people tend to do things that are more than they can realistically handle as it seems like the most noble or right thing to do. A good example would be say someone buying a car right when they become an adult as for

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Financial Management

Making And Saving Money Should Be Fun

I was watching a program that had a couple who were talking about how financial management is so difficult and that making money is a boring everyday chore. For myself, I personally find it kind of fun to see how doing certain things can drastically save you money or watching your income grow as a

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Financial Management

Shopping For Things Without Product Knowledge

This afternoon I went to look for something to unclog the drain in the bathroom for the house as the water was not going down smoothly. Obviously something like a plunger wouldn’t work due to the design of the bathtub, so I specifically went to look for one of those liquid based products where you

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Financial Management

Unused Memberships

My friend recently mentioned to me on how he had no idea where all of his money was going to every month as it seems like he doesn’t really make that many big purchases and yet at the end of the month it’s almost like he has nothing left. The first thing I told him

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Financial Management

How Much Do You Have To Spend On Gifts To Not Be Cheap?

Just recently one of my friend was talking about how he had to buy a gift for someone and that it was such a daunting task as he felt that he had to buy something that was at least a $30 value as he didn’t want to be perceived as being cheap. A few weeks

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