Yearly Archives: 2013

Enjoying a Responsible Gambling Environment

This post published by Tom Shannon.  Coming from Sheffield, Tom’s hobbies include writing and recording music, and creating video games. He also runs events to do with video games where people come to watch tournaments. Tom is currently studying in his final year at university. Online casino like www.gamingclub.co.uk has been one of the realContinue Reading

With Markets Flying High Do You Take any Proactive Moves?

I am making a move that I have never done before, I am going to proactively respond to what may be considered a heated market.  I will say up front that I am not fully convinced it is 100% the best move ever which is why I am only taken a limited stance.  The market is prettyContinue Reading

How to Make Every Second Count for Employees’ Work Days

Create a Set of Daily Goals Image via Flickr by Corporate Traveller Each day, create a daily set of goals. Make the goals achievable and stress that this is the bare minimum of what needs to happen. Strive to push them a bit beyond the goals. Once they’re constantly meeting the goals you set forth,Continue Reading

November 2013 Net Worth Update

It was a rough month spending wise.  Shortly after we bought our new house earlier this year The Wife and I lit our first fire.  The next day we noticed that the entire house smelled of smoke.  We chalked it up to a dirty fireplace and decided to ignore it till the late summer when weContinue Reading

Beyond Just Finding the Best Interest Rate

Mortgages can be quite complex, and each component plays an important role, but the most effective way to save money on a home loan is by finding the best interest rate. However, in order to find the best interest rate, it is first necessary to understand what it is, how it is determined and howContinue Reading

I Don’t Have the Same Feelings about Share Buybacks as I do Dividends

It is no surprise to anyone that reads the blog regularly that I really like consistent dividend paying stocks and then to get them “cheap” when compared to their value is just the icing on the cake.  I get an income stream and growth on my assets? Score.  However, there is another way corporations reward longContinue Reading