Monthly Archives: July 2012

Benefits of Incorporating Invoice Factoring in a Business

Businesses usually resort to invoice factoring in order to attain funds for growth or survival. Invoice factoring or discounting would involve a business selling its invoices to a third party commonly referred to as the factor. Organizations aspiring rapid growth, with negative tangible net growth, operating at very high losses or undergoing bankruptcy turn to

6 Month Update on 2012 Goals and Objectives

Written before reading my 2012 Goals and Objectives: I hope I am wrong but I have a sinking suspicion that I have not lived up to what I must have written in that post.  If this is the case I rather than making excuses I am going to try and explain whether I am altering

The Awkward Millionaire

While Evan thinks most things are the exact same and there was a never a good ‘ol time, I believe the economy has changed insofar as there aren’t really any “good jobs” left anymore.  I would define a good job as one that our parents’ had where you worked at one employer for your entire life

How I Invested my Child’s Money

Almost four months ago I questioned how I should invest my child’s money, but I never ended up doing anything about it until recently.  I felt strongly that this was his money as he received it from very generous family members and friends who cared about him so I was/am acting as a de facto

Pursue Your Dreams Or Save For Reality?

Most adults end up facing a tough question at a relatively young age, which is: should I pursue my true passion that may carry a small salary, or should I take a practical, financially lucrative career and save for later? Some people say you have to do what you love, no matter what the pay