finance--money

Are You Ready To Become A Certified Payroll Professional? 3 Tips To Use A Practice Quiz To Sail Through Your Exam

After working as a payroll professional for at least three to five years, you've now become eligible to get certified. Earning your certification opens up new potential job opportunities by demonstrating your ability to follow the appropriate procedures for ensuring that a company's employees are compensated for their work fairly. You may also find that your new status as a CPP makes you eligible for promotions or raises within your current company. Read More 

What Your Financial Coach Wants You To Know About CD Investments

If you've been looking for a way to secure your financial future and decided to work with a financial coach, the money management tips you'll learn can be invaluable. A financial coach can teach you a lot of money management tips to not only secure the money that you do have but also to increase your wealth through proper investments. One such investment that your coach may suggest is certificates of deposit, widely known as CD's. Read More 

Steps To Complete After You Get Arrested

Landing in jail after an arrest is never a pleasant and fun experience, yet there is not a lot that you can do after the fact. Once you are in jail, though, there are steps you can take to begin working on the process of getting out of jail and working through the charges that the court has against you. If you are not sure where to start after your arrest, here are some tips to help you know what steps you should take. Read More 

Tips For Rookie Coin Collectors

Coin collecting can be a very rewarding hobby once you know what you are doing. You might even be able to save up a significant collection that you can one day cash in for profit. But getting there from a fresh start will take some time. Here are some tips to keep in mind as a rookie coin collector if you want to jump start your collection and keep it in top shape. Read More 

Avoiding Financial Mistakes With Your Business

There are many potentially costly mistakes that business owners will make with their enterprises. Among the more common can be a range of financial and accounting errors that can lead to fines, poor decisions, and other issues. Regularly Update And Review Your Financial Records In order for you to be able to make informed decisions about your business, you will need to have the most accurate information possible. Unfortunately, many small business owners will find it difficult to make the time to update and review their business's financial situation. Read More