Category Archive: finance

Jun 08

Vacations – Investing in Yourself

Many people’s financial plans emphasize frugality today for prosperity tomorrow. Preparing for the future is much easier when we’re enjoying the present. There are many good reasons to take a vacation – taking some time away from the stresses of work and daily life to focus on spending time engaging in stimulating (or relaxing) activities …

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Jun 08

A New Year’s Resolution for Your Finances

It’s shortly after New Year’s, and that means resolutions. And it’s not too late to set a New Year’s Resolution for your finances. The goals that are most successfully accomplished are those that are manageable, not too overwhelming. So let’s look at one financial goal that is manageable enough to be accomplished this year. Pay …

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Jun 08

Leaving An Enduring Financial Legacy

Dave Ramsey wrote a book called The Legacy Journey: A Radical View of Biblical Wealth and Generosity. I like this book because it discusses how money is from God, and we are therefore His stewards. Some will try to convince you that money is inherently evil. Your Financial Legacy Starts With Building A Strong Financial …

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Jun 08

Things You Must Know About Financial Services

Financial services refer to the services provided by the finance industry. Also, this term is used to describe organizations dealing with the management of money, like credit card companies, insurance firms, investment banks, stock brokerages, and banks. These are the types of firms that compromise the market, providing a wide range of investment and money-related …

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Jun 08

Focused on Money While Ignoring the Greatest Treasure of All

The financial system is in crisis with banks charging exorbitant fees and mortgages going through the roof as people struggle to own a home. Some are even desperate to find a home of any type in which to live. In contrast those at the top of the money scale may own dozens of houses, even …

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Jun 08

5 Questions You Should Ask Your Financial Advisor

Managing your wealth, no matter how big or small, is a cumbersome task. Your financial advisor helps to keep your money safe while making it work for you. Before you start working with someone, ask them these important questions. What Certifications Do You Have? You need to know what licenses and certification your financial advisor …

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Jun 08

Money and Power

If anyone wants to know why money was invented they need to look at the power that it generates. Politically it is the mainstay of governments while religiously it has grown gods and made their organisations indispensable. So where does it fit into the scheme of human behaviour and why is it at the root …

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Jun 08

The Security Intelligence in The Financial Services

Security intelligence is the data related to safeguarding an organization from any outside and inside threats along with the processes, and policies developed to accumulate and evaluate the information. It can also be referred to as the actual collection, standardization, and analysis of the data created by users, applications, and structures that influence the IT …

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Jun 08

The Future of Financial Services

The ease of making financial transactions and financial services in general, had first been revolutionised when telegraph companies introduced wire transfers. But with the coming of new age financial services like Bitcoin and Ripple, it is the time we address the question of what the future holds for the financial services of the world. Traditional …

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Jun 08

Stop Bad Financial Habits And Choose A Fresh Start

People are often influenced to give unsolicited advice to others about the easiest way to manage finances. Even though of the will make sense, the majority of these are very generic in general. You must exercise caution when you assemble a monetary strategy out from this information, though it’s important to create a precise and …

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