Archive for 'Income & Expenses'
Posted on 06. Sep, 2009 by Jason Guthrie.
There’s a concept in finance called “cost-benefit analysis” which involves calculating whether an item’s cost outweighs its benefit. For example, I spent 8 hours yesterday cleaning the apartment I just vacated. If I had bothered to perform a cost-benefit analysis, I would have asked myself whether or not the cost (8 hours of my time […]
Posted on 26. Jul, 2009 by richbond.
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance has a nice article called 20 Ways to Waste Your Money. It’s an article that shows some ways to spend your money a little more wisely. Some of the ideas have been discussed on this blog, but I found some other excellent points as well. One point that was new to me […]
Posted on 26. Apr, 2009 by richbond.
I don’t know if it’s just me, but lately I think I see far more get-rich-quick schemes on TV. Dean Graziosi just came out with a special real estate book for a down market (you can only buy it off TV) and I’m starting to see more of Donald Trump selling his seminar. These programs […]
Posted on 21. Jun, 2008 by Jason Guthrie.
Within Senator Christopher Dodd’s 630-page Senate housing legislation is a provision that nobody knows about, but affects the privacy and operation of nearly all of Americaâ€™s small businesses. The provision, which was added by the bill’s managers without debate this week, would require the nation’s payment systems to track, aggregate, and report information on nearly […]
Posted on 03. Aug, 2007 by Jason Guthrie.
If you’re considering starting a home-based business then you should probably know that most of them are scams. In fact scams about home-based businesses probably make more money than actual home-based businesses. If you’re looking for a home-based business where you might actually make money, Yahoo Finance has a list of the Top 25 Home-Based […]