What Does Rapport Mean and Building It In Sales
Everyone wants to learn tips and tricks for getting rich while exerting as little effort as possible. How can we save for a house, retirement, pay off debt and live without sacrificing any of life’s luxuries while working at a job we love?
The Fiduciary Rule is one step closer to death, and that means it’s once again A-ok for your retirement planner to scam you.
Them cryptocurrencies stay hot; what of it?
Much ink has been spilled on the relative superiority of Roth IRAs versus traditional IRAs, but let’s reexamine as the Roth—dubbed “the golden child of the retirement planning world” by NerdWallet—turns 20.
After electing to skip a multi-million dollar interest payment last month, the cash-strapped radio company iHeartMedia, which owns 850 stations and has a portfolio of digital offerings, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In a statement released Thursday, iHeartMedia Inc. said it will continue its day-to-day…
The Department of Education is fighting states over their efforts to more strictly regulate student loan servicing companies, which consumer advocates say could increase the chances of mismanagement and deceptive loan practices.
We all know that automating savings and instituting spending rules can help us save money. But a new report from the Common Cents Lab at Duke University’s Center for Advanced Hindsight offers new insight into how to hack behavioral finance to put more money into our pockets (or rather, bank accounts).
How to Not Be a Failure When it Comes to Sales and in Life!
Retailers like Amazon have been changing their return and exchange policies in recent years to be more attractive to customers. And while that’s convenient for shoppers, it can invite abuse and fraud.
You have just over a month to file your taxes, unless you file an extension, of course, which means it’s time to collect your stray W-2s and 1099s, grab a cup of coffee and get to work (or head to your tax preparer’s office).
VICTORIA, SEYCHELLES—Welling with pride as the child made his initial $2 million deposit, hedge fund billionaire Seymour Gansthorpe reportedly helped his son Elwin, 8, open his first offshore bank account, sources reported Tuesday. “These are the kinds of things you live for as a dad: getting to watch your little boy…
When you ask for a raise, you’ll have more success focusing on the value you bring to the table as opposed to your own needs. You probably don’t want to blurt out, “Hey, I’ve got bills to pay and you haven’t bumped my salary in three years”—even if it’s true. So what do you say?
There’s a contingent of personal finance obsessives out there who’ve branded themselves as FI/RE, which is short for Financial Independence and Early Retirement. They’ve cut their day-to-day living expenses to the bone, while earning and investing aggressively, all with the intent of retiring well before the average…
How the Real Story of Wolf of Wall Street Got Rich in Sales.
As a personal finance writer, I’m constantly testing out new money apps and programs, on the hunt for the most helpful and easy-to-use tools. And while I haven’t tried every app on the market, there are a handful that really stand out to me, and that I use in my day-to-day life to manage my finances.
How to Increase Attention Span and Get More Stuff Done..
This week Nintendo finally rolled out its new rewards program. After a year of only letting players redeem coins for discounts on Wii U and 3DS games, people can finally start leveraging their purchases to save money on Switch games. Compared to the rewards programs elsewhere in gaming, it’s actually pretty good.
Spotify is planning to go public through a direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange in the next few weeks, and that’s piqued the interest of investors hoping it’s the next hot tech stock (a little more Netflix, a little less Snapchat). So, should you invest?