Finance and Productivity Infographics
Should you refinance your home? Is it worth it?
That depends! But should you look into it? Yes!
It’s amazing what 1% can save you over 10, 20 or 30 years.
This is a sweet infographic that breaks down exactly what 1% could mean for a refinance…
I just published an awesome guest post, which was an inspiring story about working full-time while paying for college.
I think it’s only appropriate that I follow it up with an awesome infographic about the debt of college.
If you are considering college, you will most likely incur some degree (no pun intended) of debt.
This is the question we face: Is the degree worth the debt?
It’s a black and white answer. The answer is yes.
Well…sometimes it’s yes…other times it may be no.
Did I say black and white? What I meant was…
I have written an article explaining stocks before, but a stock is not always an easy concept to understand.
We know that a stock is a share. A share of a company. A public company.
But what does that mean? How are stocks formed? How did stocks originate?
Those are just a few of the questions that this infographic answers…
This is a great infographic that explains the things that are stealing your time and your productivity.
Here are some of the things that could be killing your productivity:
- Your email
- Your desk
- Other people
- Impossible to-do lists
What can you do to fix it? Read on…
Love them or hate, credit cards are everywhere, but where did they come from?
When were credit cards invented and why?
Did companies ever imagine credit cards becoming what they are today?
We all know that most people who carry a credit card carry quite a bit of debt along with it, so let’s look into the original intention of the credit card.
This is a great infographic…
This infographic from tribehr.com is full of interesting facts about women and men in the work place.
What? This doesn’t seem to be a politically correct topic. That’s because it probably isn’t, but I am OK with that.
This infographic is about the stats and it’s interesting to see them. Here we are going to look at several determining factors, such as:
- Growth of pay raise size
- Comparison of pay raises
- Recognition from peers
Here is the infographic, please don’t be offended, it’s just the stats!