What is a paycheckaholic?

From the time we’re children, we’re taught to go to school, get good grades, get a good job with good benefits, and retire in 40 years with a gold watch and a pension. There may have been a time when that plan actually worked, but those days are long gone. Times have changed, and […]

By |August 31st, 2014|Featured|4 Comments

Five health risks of white-collar employment

While construction workers or forklift operators may face safety concerns at work, people in those roles may be better positioned for better overall health than white-collar workers. Working at a desk job year after year can take a toll on your health in a number of ways. Here are five of them.

Sitting all day […]

By |August 24th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Five health risks of white-collar employment

Education inflation

Have you noticed that nowadays, most entry-level jobs require, or at least prefer, a bachelor’s degree? And many times, job requisitions will state that the employer prefers a master’s degree, even for middle management roles. It’s a societal expectation that has grown and become unmanageable.

But is going to school to obtain a bachelor’s degree–or […]

By |August 20th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Education inflation

Cashflow 101: Business, investing lessons made fun

If you want to acquire wealth, you must change the way you think about money. In school, you probably didn’t learn how money works. You probably didn’t get a sound financial education. Even those whose full-time profession is in some area of finance often miss the most basic concepts of money that could be […]

By |August 3rd, 2014|Featured, News|Comments Off on Cashflow 101: Business, investing lessons made fun