Binary options have become a popular way of trading financial assets online because of their simplicity and high returns. Nonetheless, various researches still show that only less than 30% of retail traders achieve profitability trading this market. For this reason, most investors often question whether it is possible to really make money trading binary options. The short answer is YES, but the long answer is that it requires hard work, commitment and dedication to consistently churn out profits from the binary options market.
The addition of another family member brings new personal and financial realities into focus and as you embark on this life-long journey, having your finances well managed and your financial investment well planned will be assurance for the present and a foundation of confidence for the future…
“You’re a writer? How do you make money?” “Don’t you need a real job?” “How do you pay your bills?”
Writers have heard it all before. Everybody wants to read the newspaper, online articles, blogs, and books. But when you tell someone you want to write those things, they look at you like you’re crazy. It’s easy to understand why.
Writing seems like a romantic notion, but so many people seem to fail. Perhaps it’s because those people don’t know how to get started. There are so many places online just waiting for you to sign up as a writer. You can write blog posts, articles, or stories. You can become a freelance copywriter or ghostwriter. You can edit or proofread. And that’s just to tip of the iceberg.
If you’re new to writing and can’t quite find an audience, or if you dream of quitting your job to become a writer, then fear not! You can absolutely make it happen. This list will give you a place to start.
In 2015, the millennial generation is 18 years old at its youngest and 34 at its oldest. More than one-in-three American workers today are millennials and are now the largest portion of our workforce according to the Census Bureau.
For many of us, leaving home, starting college, or being a twenty-something is a time to enjoy being young and learning our independence. Even the older millennials can relate to making some mistakes during that transition.
As young adults trying to navigate through this new area of life, there are some financial blunders that are common for our generation that we should work to avoid.
So you’ve decided to start budgeting. Good. The first step to recovery is to admit there is a problem.
Honestly, creating your budget will be the easy part. As you sit down and assess all your numbers, you will begin to realize where you are wasting your hard earned money. A feeling of disgust will rush over you as you analyze each dime spent and recognize you could be saving a lot of money each month. If you only knew that all of the coffee stops and weekend adventures would eat away at your bank account. It is astonishing how much we continue to withhold our own financial information from ourselves.
Now you have decided to start a budget and take control of your finances. Frugal spending, wise saving and cutting back seems easy, and it can be. But just like any addiction or habit, controlling the emotional aspect can seem to be the biggest challenge. While you are budgeting you will be traveling a winding road of emotions. Some with the intention of derailing your budgeting efforts.
So let’s take a look at what you can expect emotionally while embarking on your budget expedition.
Do you think that financial experts can always manage their credit cards smartly? If so, then you’re dead wrong.
Here’s my story to clear your misconception.
There was a time when I didn’t manage my credit cards and finances carefully. To make the matter worse, I got a job after completing my studies. It gave me an opportunity to spend even more and incur debt. Now, when I look back, I realize that I wouldn’t have incurred debt if there was no job.
The holiday season is almost upon us, and with the arrival of celebratory occasions comes the added stress of spending more money than usual. Make sure your holidays are affordable this year and use these money-saving tips.
The promise of a college degree is enticing. It’s a sure way to advance your career and gain more knowledge while expanding your network. But college degrees get more expensive each year making the thought of being a college graduate out of reach for many.
Potential college-goers are easy prey for scammers who offer attractive loans and scholarships that make the college dream seem affordable. With more sophisticated means of taking your money under the guise of offering student loans, you need to be smart about who you give information to and what you agree to in your loan search.
Student borrowers are also subjected to scammers who promise to eliminate student loan debt. Some companies engage in deceptive marketing practices and illegally charge customers hundreds of dollars to reduce or eliminate their debt.
A typical scam follows a pattern like this…