Going freelance is easier than ever before. Chances are you know at least someone who has decided to quit their job and work from home or perhaps even from various places around the world – and chances are you can’t help but be intrigued by the prospect of being your own boss. Today, with widespread internet access and plenty of networking platforms for freelancers and clients, it can be tempting to just quit your job and enter the exciting, albeit unpredictable, world of freelancing. If you are serious about launching straight into a full-time freelancing career without any freelance experience, then there are a few points you should consider first.
The year 2013 was an absolutely crucial one for all present and future California homeowners. That was the year that a landmark piece of legislation, the California Homeowner Bill of Rights (CHBOR), was enacted into law. This bill curbed what many saw as overly aggressive excesses by lending institutions who were all too eager to foreclose on families who fell behind on their mortgage.
When you’re looking to simplify the running of your business, there’s one thing you may not have considered. Pre-pay services can really help to save both time and money in the day-to-day running of your business. So what are pre-pay services and why can they be crucial to your company?
Over the last twenty years or so, debt has become a big part of all of our lives. That it has isn’t really the fault of any individual person. We live in a system where debt is encouraged. Without debt, banking and finance as we know it, could not survive.
The budget. It’s right at the top of the list regarding anything to do with your finances. If you want to know how to save better, spend less or buy something, you need a budget. Yet some aren’t able to easily put a budget together. Below, we’re going to look step by step at what your budget needs. From putting it all together to how to change it for the better.
Right now the stock market is booming. It’s climbed back up from its 2009 lows and is soaring once more. Except, just like last time, there’s a catch. Stock markets in the US and the UK are priced as if the performance of the underlying companies was perfect. We should see record profits across the board to support those prices. But we’re not. Yes, there are a few headline companies, like Facebook, raking it in. But the majority of businesses are not making huge amounts of money, despite what the indices suggest.