Finance

Basic Financial Advice

If there’s one thing I am most proud of it’s that I became 100% financially independent (meaning I relied on no other entity or person for income or financial assistance) before the age of 30. Yes, there was a certain degree of luck that went into that (e.g., if I’d started my first company in 1999 or 2008 at the stock market peaks I almost certainly wouldn’t have survived it independently), but

Avoid these 3 big mistakes in 2016

Financial success doesn’t just happen — you have to work at it. You may think that you are pretty money savvy; however, even the most fiscally successful individuals tend to be guilty of making these three big money mistakes. 1. Not having a goal and a plan for how to achieve it. Without a plan or goal, you will lack focus and end up spending more money. A dollar here,

7 Common Tax Deductions for Job Search Expenses

Searching for a job can be a frustrating and time-consuming experience – and worse yet, it can be extremely expensive. But if you’re tax-savvy, you may be able to recoup some of your job search expenses in the form of tax deductions. Follow the rules regarding what you can write off, and save all documentation related to every write-off you take. And don’t make the mistake of overlooking the deductions

A new trading tool for international business

A new trading tool for international business Trade Finance Market (TFM) has created a business platform through which investors can tap into an asset class worth $12 trillion every year. TFM aids the trading process by buying exporter invoices on behalf of investors, which lets exporters receive their money faster when they ship their goods. Normally, in trade finance, exporters and importers settle their conflicting interests by merely ensuring exporters

7 Point Formula for Financial

One goal that we all have in common is that we all want to make more money and improve our personal finance. However, only a small percentage of us actually achieve the financial freedom we long for. We all want to have enough money so that we never have to worry about money again. The only question is, “are you going to do it or not?”