With the hundreds of different insurance options out there these days, it’s difficult to know which one is going to meet your needs perfectly. You can shop around for months, compare plans, and make phone calls, but in the end you might just end up tearing your hair out, and you still won’t have the insurance you need. Sometimes it’s just easier to hire someone to do all the comparing and pricing. That’s where hiring a Raleigh insurance agent can be a great start. Let’s check out the details.
For busy professionals, it can be tough to manage a full-time job plus a side career (and yes, this goes for stay-at-home parents too!) Particularly for those of us trying to transition our side hustles into full-time work, it can be almost impossible to get tasks for our side hustle completed, while managing our regular jobs, family commitments, and daily life-tasks. It’s times like these you just wish you could clone yourself!
While cloning ourselves isn’t possible (yet), it is possible to get a variety of tasks taken care of on a consistent basis by hiring a virtual assistant. Also, let’s face it: there are some tasks that you just don’t like doing. By outsourcing some of these tasks to a virtual assistant, you can get rid of tasks you dislike, freeing up your time to work on projects that are more fulfilling to you – and your clients.
If you’ve ever wanted to invest in a variety of stocks but couldn’t afford to own that many individually, now you can. Motif is an online brokerage that allows investors to build stock and bond portfolios based on “motifs”, like home improvement or … [Continue reading]
Benchmarking is one of those business buzzwords that can seem a bit impenetrable. Simply put, benchmarking is the process of comparing how well a particular business performed in their interactions with and against other organisations. This data can … [Continue reading]
Are you ready to take your relationship to the next level? Planning a proposal can be both exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time, but it mainly boils down to choosing the perfect location and the perfect ring. You may not have the cash for a … [Continue reading]
Impression is everything when it comes to landing a job. That impression mainly comes from how you present yourself and of course, your resume. With the increasing number of job seekers every year, it’s not unusual for employers to simply glance at … [Continue reading]
I make little budget PSAs all the time. And it’s not like you don’t hear about budgeting all the time anyway. This is something that the financially literate drone on about all the time. But it’s no less true simply because it’s a cliche. Those who … [Continue reading]
Happy Tax Day! Have you finished your taxes today? If you have (or even if you haven’t), make sure you take advantage of all those tax day freebies out there! At least you can get something free today which, depending on how tax season went this … [Continue reading]
As we become adults, one thing that we have to adjust to is our lifestyles. As a child, our lifestyles depended upon the type of life that our parents made for us. But, as we age, we begin to acknowledge that doing what our parents did for us, may … [Continue reading]
In a world full of seemingly limitless financial responsibilities, it is important to take advantage of every opportunity to save money. One of the ways to make savings is to avoid wastage and reuse discarded items that are still in good condition … [Continue reading]
Have you ever received a bill in the mail, like your mortgage payment or credit card bill, and wondered if you could get a better deal on your rates? Sure, you could contact a few banks, or review different credit card offers online, but all of that … [Continue reading]
This post is part of the TaxACT #BeatTheDeadline blog tour which shares tips on how to make tax time a smooth and easy process before the April 15 deadline. TaxACT provides the tools and guidance to help you confidently file taxes easy and fast. Do … [Continue reading]
While some of us reading Your Personal Finance Pro may be years away from retirement, it’s never too early to begin planning for the future. Whether you continue working full time, part time, or not at all, have you thought about where you’ll be … [Continue reading]
Ever since I got a FitBit for my birthday earlier this year, I’ve been obsessed with tracking everything. If you know me, that’s not too surprising, as I’m a Type A organized person as it is. However, the FitBit brought out something new. I wasn’t … [Continue reading]
Everyone is guilty of falling short of their monthly savings plan, or having to dig into this account to pay for an unexpected cost. However, there is a difference between essential and non-essential items you could be using this money on. And once … [Continue reading]
Programs like The Office have brought workplace politics to the public’s attention with a touch of humour. But it’s not quite so funny when this reflects your real-life workplace. Sarcastic comments, common in Australian culture, can sometimes be … [Continue reading]
Finance and Accounting was one of the first business processes to be outsourced by companies, large and small, to third-party service providers operating in different parts of the world. Over the years, outsourcing has continued to grow, with the … [Continue reading]
For those of us in our twenties and thirties, retirement seems fairly far off and remote. After all, when you’re planning school, buying your first home, or traveling the world, let’s face it: thinking about your “golden years” is pretty far down on … [Continue reading]
Smartphone app developers have made it easier for people to track their finances. Whether you want to save more money, see how you spend money or even invest money in a retirement account, there is an app that can help you reach your goal. Start with … [Continue reading]
Unless you’re blessed enough to live somewhere nice year-round, like Harry, chances are you either go to a gym or workout in your home. As much as I heard people talking about working out at home with workout DVDs, I never really thought working out … [Continue reading]