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[10 Dec 2014 | Comments Off | ]
5 Unexpected Factors That Can Kill Your Team’s Dynamic

When you work in a team environment, you know that the team’s dynamic plays a vital role in whether the team is a functioning, successful group, or whether it’s rife with conflict, misunderstandings, and missed deadlines and opportunities.

While some argue that all teams have at least a few areas of dysfunction that affect how members relate to each other and accomplish their goals, there are a few behaviors that are almost guaranteed to kill a team’s dynamic and lead to problems. Learning to identify these factors and take steps to …

Headline, Investing »

[9 Dec 2014 | Comments Off | ]
The Risk Principle of Investment

Risk is inherent in investment. But if you are unwilling to assume a certain level of risk, you will most assuredly lose wealth. This is the reality of buying power as it relates to inflation. As a nation’s currency is inflated, individual dollars are worth less over time. So that $10,000 you have sewed into your mattress won’t get you the same amount of stuff in 10 years that it does today. This is why people invest, to protect and increase the buying power of their hard won dough. But …

Headline, Personal Finance »

[4 Dec 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Looking Back to Gain Insight For Planning Ahead

As January arrives many people are focused on looking ahead and setting new goals.While it’s good to look ahead, it’s also beneficial to take to time review the past in order to better plan for the future. There are several ways that you can benefit from reviewing your financial situation at the end of the year before creating your budget for the upcoming year.
Check your calendar
Look at each month of the year and write down, or insert into a financial form you use for budgeting, each special occasion that you …

Headline, Personal Finance, Retirement »

[3 Dec 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Pensions: What We Need And Why We Need Them

With the job market fluctuating and the cost of living sky high, the thought of making provisions for a retirement that is still forty years away can seem ridiculous. The reality is that people are living longer now. We can expect to be active and healthy well into our twilight years. Making provisions for them now, so that we don’t have to work later, is as essential as it is sensible.
What Are Pensions?
A pension is a regular payment that you, and often your employer, make into a fund for your …

Headline, Personal Finance »

[2 Dec 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Reasons Why Many People Work with Professionals on Personal Finance and Investments

When it comes to personal finances and investments, most people appreciate the guidance and advice of an expert in the field. This is especially true for people with plans to retire in the near future. They want to make sure that they have enough income to support them for the rest of their lives. Take a look at some of the specific reasons why many people opt to work with an expert in personal finances and investments.
Receive Advice from an Expert
Many people want to get the advice of an experienced …

Careers »

[2 Dec 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Life and Learning

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Blogging, Headline, Online Income »

[25 Nov 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Effective Ways To Monetize Your Blog Or Online Publication

With the job market becoming diverse, many young people now make money from home. If you are internet savvy, there are a few avenues you might want to explore. Blogging and writing online can be a stable career for people, but it will take hard work. When you are planning for your financial future, you need to ensure that you are always in control of your finances. That means that you will need to be a master accountant if you hope to make a decent living. Blogging is an art …

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[24 Nov 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Air conditioning systems home services

Air conditioning systems
There are so many types on air conditioning system on the market that selecting the best one for your home can become confusing. Here is an overview of commonly available air conditioning systems, how they work and any associated issues.
Unitary System
A window or ‘unitary’ system is a self-contained unit that is commonly placed in a window sill (or rarely through a small opening in an exterior wall). Quite simply, the unit contains all necessary refrigeration components in a small unit, blowing cool air from one end and heat …

Headline, Jobs »

[20 Nov 2014 | Comments Off | ]
3 Reasons Why An MIS Degree Is A Good Financial Decision

Most people look for the college education option that will give them the highest pay and the most opportunities in the job market. They want to know that in exchange for paying tuition costs, they will be able to live comfortably and enjoy job security in their chosen field. If you are considering a career in information systems, you might find that investing in an MIS degree is a good financial decision for you.
Increasing Demand for IT
Management Information Systems degrees are very versatile. With titles as varied as Webmaster, Database …

Business, Headline »

[19 Nov 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Effectiveness of Patient Recall Methods

If your practice depends on repeat businesses, patients who miss appointments can severely affect both scheduling and your bottom line. You may have a system in place to recall these patients and get them back onto the schedule, but these methods are not always effective. When looking at time and money, certain reactivation strategies work better than others.
Phone Calls by Staff
You may feel like having a member of your staff call to reschedule will get the best results, and provide a personal touch. Unfortunately, this method has a number of …

Headline, Insurance »

[19 Nov 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Explaining types of insurance

There are numerous insurance products on the market today, and even though not all of them are needed by everyone, it is easy for you to find one that is suited to your needs. The following is an outline of the main types:
Life insurance
Life insurance is a type of cover that helps protect those who depend on your pay check. For example, in the event that you die prematurely, it will provide them with an income to replace yours (unless they can live comfortably without it), and can also cover …

Business, Headline »

[19 Nov 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Using A Fingerprint ID System For Clocking In And Out

When a business wants to make sure that its employees can clock in and out easily, they can install a time clock from a place like Allied Time. A fingerprint time clock allows the business to secure each employee time card. Also, this system is much faster than any other system that the business can use. Imagine how simple these systems are to use.
The Security
When the business is using one of these fingerprint systems, they will be able to secure each time card. People cannot clock in for their friends, …

Forex, Headline »

[16 Nov 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Why College Dropouts Make Great Forex Traders

You have to have a college degree to make it in the rocket-fueled, action-oriented worlds of forex, business and finance, right? Well, to answer that question let’s first take a look at some of the most financially successful people in the world who dropped out of, or never attended, college:
Paul Allen. Co-founder of Microsoft, he is currently worth $15.7 billion.
Michael Dell. Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Dell Computer. He dropped out of higher education at 19-years-old and is now worth more than $12 billion.
Bill Gates. Took leave of absence …

Headline, Investing »

[12 Nov 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Money Burning A Hole In Your Pocket? Check Out These Top Investment Ideas For 2015!

Despite people being cautious about spending money these days, some folks have some spare cash to invest. The trouble is; those people aren’t too sure what they should be investing in!
If that sounds like you, the good news is you’ve come to the right place! In today’s blog post, I will give you a few ideas on some of 2015’s hottest investments. You could invest in these ideas right now if you wish.
But the holiday season will soon be upon us. So you will doubtless be thinking about preparing for …

Headline, Personal Finance »

[11 Nov 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Young People Are Priced Out Of Their First Cars And Homes

Thanks to Diego da Silva for the image
Less and less young people are buying cars and houses. In the 20-30 age range, car and home ownership is falling rapidly. Owning your own property or car was a rite of passage for many twenty-somethings. By 30, most hope to settle down with their own home. However, this is no longer a common theme. Are young people actually priced out of these established investments? Or is it just down to a shift in personality and values?
In 2013 the number of young people …