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5 Small Cap Stocks to Watch in 2017

Now that the election is over, it looks like the markets can get back to business.  This is good news as it looks like the profitability of S&P 500 companies is finally poised to turn the corner following five consecutive quarters of earnings declines.  While this ‘profit recession’ has not been indicated in the share prices of many stocks on ... Read More »

How to Handle ‘I Wants’ from Your Kids During the Holidays

How to Handle ‘I Wants’ from Your Kids During the Holidays

As a parent, the holidays are likely a time of mixed emotions. Sure, you enjoy the chance to spend quality time with your family, and you love seeing how excited the kids get when they are able to open their presents. However, you have to balance the budget even during this exciting time of year, which can be difficult to ... Read More »

What to do When You Dread Budgeting

What to do When You Dread Budgeting

Budgeting is an ever necessary evil if you have financial goals you are working toward. Budgets themselves aren’t evil. In fact, they are very useful for things like paying off debt, saving money and more. Budgets can be anything and fit any need. Having a budget doesn’t mean you can’t spend money. In fact, if you are planning a vacation, you ... Read More »

How to Fit Communication Tool Investments Into Your Business Plan

How to Fit Communication Tool Investments Into Your Business Plan

For any modern business, the proper communication tools are a must. During the early phases of starting your enterprise, it is wise to think about which ones you are going to choose. Communication has been a deal breaker in business for generations, and is perhaps even more important now that so much sales and trade takes place online. This also ... Read More »

4 Ways to Make Money Quickly for the Holidays

4 Ways to Make Money Quickly for the Holidays

If there is one time of year when you would like to be able to make a bit of extra money, it is certainly in the weeks leading up to the holiday season. For most people, the holidays are the most expensive time of year. Between buying presents, going out for dinners, traveling to see family, and more, the bills ... Read More »