Why I Love My American Express Blue Cash Card – Amex Blue Cash Review

December 27, 2010

Blue Cash from American Express is one of the top cash back cards, click here to see if you qualify for it’s rewards. Review last updated, September 2011. Credit cards can be a useful financial tool for those that access credit responsibly; they can actually be used as a way to make some extra money! […]

American Express Blue Cash Card Can Help You Move

November 2, 2008

The American Express blue cash card is one of the best credit cards to use for your moving expenses because of it’s cash back program and it’s services that can make the details of moving easier. The cashback you earn on the money you spend for moving expenses won’t be spectacular but it will help […]

Career Advice to Help You Get Ahead & Feel Good About It

October 8, 2008

So what’s the secret to getting ahead at work? I asked my co-workers for their best career advice when I surveyed my peers for professional feedback as I left my last job.  Here’s how I worded it: “Please share one piece of advice that has been the most valuable for you in furthering your career and professional […]

Career Tips from Co-Workers Show Room for Improvement

September 28, 2008

Career tips are most valuable when they are specific and come from people who are familiar with your industry or working environment. Career Feedback Readers were inquiring about the results of the 360 degree feedback survey I ran when I left my job so I thought I’d share some of the responses.  A little background, […]

How Quitting Your Job Can Make You a Better Employee

September 26, 2008

When you leave a job behind, if you don’t solicit feedback from your co-workers, you’re missing out on a golden self-improvement opportunity. Last Day of Work Today was my last day at work, after working for this company for almost nine years I’m making a change and trying something new.  As I filled out my […]

How to Make Your Job Better or Find a Better Job

September 20, 2008

If you love your job, consider yourself lucky, there are many people that hate their boss, their job, and what they do. If you are unhappy with your job, you owe it to yourself to figure out what it is about the work that you don’t enjoy and change it.  Life’s too short to spend it […]

Money and Your Job – Considering Finances & Benefits in Your Job Search

September 11, 2008

As I was looking for a new job I was reminded of how many key personal finance concerns are tied to our employers.  Of course it’s not just how much you’re paid but also things like health insurance, retirement savings, and even life insurance or disability insurance coverage. Career Finances The financial intricacies of finding […]

Two Weeks Notice – The Art of Quitting Your Job Gracefully

September 9, 2008

Quitting your job can be quite a liberating experience.  The weight of “all things crappy” in your job is lifted off your shoulders and you feel as though you can finally breath again.  Yet, no matter how bad your job seems at the time you leave, it’s wise to quit your job gracefully and not […]

College Student Car Insurance – Tips on Getting the Best Rates for Students

August 14, 2008

Being young comes at a premium price when it comes to auto insurance. Insurance companies view young people under 25 as a high risk for making claims. It’s not that they hate you. They have factual statistics to back it up. Teenage and college aged individuals are the most likely age group to get into […]

Commodity Scam Warnings: How to Protect Yourself and Your Money

July 29, 2008

When it comes to commodities investing there are an unbelievable number of scams out there. I am not kidding when I say that there are literally hundreds of companies out there just waiting to railroad you through the door, part you from your money, and happily send you straight to the gas chamber. I know […]

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