Author Archives: Guest Poster

My Favorite Trigger Signals

This guest post has been written by Mike from The Dividend Guy Blog. His blog is well known for high quality dividend investing article and his most recent book: Dividend Growth: Freedom through Passive Income. By giving us the opinions of the uneducated, journalism keeps us in touch with the ignorance of the community.  Continue Reading

Investment Tips for First-time Workers

None of us plan to be poor when we retire, especially when we are young and starting our first jobs. Getting that first paycheck, no matter what amount it is, generally feels like a million bucks just to have your own money in the bank. But considering how many poor retired people there actually are,Continue Reading

Newlywed’s Beginning Guide to Finances

Post by Amanda Getting married often means learning how to blend two lives together into one household. While it may be romantic during the ceremony, actually merging two lives can be a lot of work. Everyone tends to have their own ideas about how to manage their social, home and financial lives. It took EvanContinue Reading

Pharmacy Technician: An Exciting Job to Consider

Guest Post by Amanda Most people have experience is getting prescriptions filled at a pharmacy. Often, however, they do not think about the person behind the counter’s job and what it entails. Those who work in pharmacies are trained in the study of pharmacology, which has a long and important history in medicine. Today, thoseContinue Reading

How Families are Dealing with the Recession

Post by Sophie a UK Writer Many in the United States do not have to worry about austerity (yet) but I feel like that the average family in the UK is changing and adapting to survive with the austerity measures that seem to be taking hold around Europe? The first unofficial change that seems toContinue Reading

The Lowdown: Public Liability Insurance & Employee Liability Insurance

Ensuring that you, your staff and your business are adequately insured should be one of the initial steps you take when launching your own business. Over the past five years the UK has developed a ‘claim culture’, meaning that should the slightest incident occur, your company is always at risk of facing a legal dispute.Continue Reading