If you listen to the financial press, as a beginner you might be tempted to think that making money is about investing in the right stocks, rapid trading, spending countless hours glued to your computer and obsessing about what is happening in the markets. In reality, the secret to boosting your funds in the stock market lies in owning and holding securities and benefiting from their increase in value.
Before anybody can embark on the great dream of purchasing a home, they need to start saving for a deposit. While having a budget is definitely an important part of the process, having a solid savings and financial plan in place ensures that first homebuyers are able to not only reach their goals, but afford them for many years to come. Read on to find out how having a savings plan could help get you in your first home sooner.
Messages at work? No wonder Google is #1 on Fortune’s list of the 100 best companies to work for.
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Should these benefits like messages be taxed? I don’t think so.
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With the election over, it will be interesting to see how the equal pay debate that produced the infamous “binders full of women” phrase from Mitt Romney will evolve. There are all sorts of opinions on this issue regarding how to make things fair, but many argue that women have to take control of their own situations and learn how to advocate for their own salaries. Meanwhile, government has to enforce equal pay laws on the books.
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Are you afraid to ask for a raise? That’s understandable in the current economic climate, but many employees have good arguments for a pay raise, and learning how to negotiate salary is very important for new employees and for employees looking for more compensation.
This article give some helpful tips, and the most important involves getting as much information as possible.
Be smart about this. You have to know about your situation, the realities as work and the nature of the market in your field. Good luck!