Bankruptcy is usually considered as the last option for businesses and people in debt. However, filing for bankruptcy is more common than you think it is. Even companies like General Motors and United Airlines file for bankruptcy only to continue their business normally. People also emerge as one piece after filing for bankruptcy. [Read more…]
When you’re searching for a new role, it can feel like your job hunt is the most important part of your life, so it can be hard to find the effort and energy to deal with other issues such as poor credit and debts. [Read more…]
Running a business is no joke – it takes a lot of financial outlay apart from the opportunity cost of managing, strategizing, and expanding your enterprise. [Read more…]
Deciding for something is a great thing, which a trader takes every day for his work. A trader needs to see several tools to make an informed decision before buying or selling a stock. [Read more…]
Trading has come a long way in recent years. A few decades earlier, and trading was very much a pursuit of a very small section of society. A level of expertise was needed to even consider trading, along with access to an expensive broker, and perhaps most importantly, quite vast sums of cash. Fast forward to 2020, and the landscape of trading has changed dramatically. This is mainly due to the way trading has moved online. Gone are the days where you need to call your broker or have the intrinsic knowledge of the industry that only a Wall Street worker would have. Now, at the touch of a button, you are never far away from being able to trade stocks, shares, commodities, and even cryptocurrencies.
This year, you have to file your taxes by July 15, 2020 — three months after their typical April due date.
Perhaps you’ve begun to prepare your paperwork and realized that your payment is a bit higher than expected this year. Or, you might just want to save a few dollars amid a pandemic pinch. Either way, you want to lower the amount you’ll eventually send to the IRS.
Life as a teenager is fairly easy. You wake up and go to school, play sports or hang with friends, and your parents help you when things get tough. When life’s gears turn and teenagers age into their twenties, a whole new set of responsibilities are added, including financial responsibilities. Developing solid financial habits early in life will set you up for success later in life, all it takes is knowing what moves to make. For the best tips for reaching financial security in your twenties, continue reading. [Read more…]
The COVID-19 pandemic has truly had a huge and very negative impact on American life. Not only are we not able to do things that we love, this whole mess is also seriously weakening our once robust economy. Unemployment is expected to rise sharply, and a lot of businesses are on the verge of bankruptcy. [Read more…]
It can be an existential moment when you decide to prepare your will. You have to imagine all sorts of morbid possibilities, and what will happen in the case of your demise.
But will preparation is actually a smart, mature thing to do. It can provide stability and comfort for your family in the future. It can save your loved ones many difficult decisions and stress.
There’s the old saying that ‘a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.’
And that’s why following the advice of people who aren’t qualified or experienced enough to impart their wisdom is particularly risky; significantly so in the world of investing and trading where your money is on the line.