This week we've discussed options for working from home, and its benefits. Indeed, there are many perks that come from working as a freelancer or contract worker. However, there is one, BIG downfall. Are you prepared to take it on?
"Earn cash from the comfort of home!" Yeah, right...Because working from home successfully is all about finding the right job and industry for you, it is important to start by understanding what's available and what you need to do in order to pursue it.
Did you know 1 in 5 American workers spends at least a portion of their work week working from home? They may telecommute, or they may be part of a new class of 21st century employee: the freelancer. If you've ever considered joining their ranks, read on!
If you are a graduate or post-graduate student, you're likely familiar with financial aid. In fact, you probably had student loans as an undergrad, and are now taking out more... but did you know that there is a lifetime limit on how much you can borrow?
If you’re an entrepreneur you likely have several questions: Will my business succeed? How much money do I need to get started? How can it beat the competition? While no easy answers to these questions exist, a solid business plan can help.
Despite the fact that large funds have access to the best tools, data, and know-how, many hedge fund managers cannot beat the S&P 500. Why do they lag the index? Only when you start to consider why such an oddity occurs can you beat the professionals.
Are you moving to a new home? If you're unprepared, the cost of moving furniture can sometimes be more expensive than buying all new furniture. We spoke to an expert for tips on how to plan the least expensive and most efficient move possible.
Divorce can be emotionally and financially taxing. When neither spouse is prepared for the impact of the division of assets, especially retirement accounts, the results can be devastating. Here's what you need to know if a court settles the bill.