How Will You Promote Good Health– By Gifting Or By Punishing?

With the new health care reform coming into existence many employers are making good health a mandatory issue for their employees. Some are coming up with measures to motivate people while others are taking to the stick. There are employers who are giving their employees cost-effective facilities to improve their health. Medical centres like Cleveland

How Days Of The Week Help You In Saving Money On Groceries

Summers are really unbearable for many! I remember a friend of mine who unable to tolerate the heat, went on the hottest day to the markets to buy an air conditioner. He got a beautiful piece, but that cost him a fortune. Had he predicted this and made this purchase during the winter months, he’d

How To Choose a Good Financial Planner

Do you know why most of us are hard hit by the recession? Obviously, without a second thought we might blame the external economy for that, but if you analyze carefully, you’ll find that external conditions are not to blame completely. The recession is just like a disease that causes maximum damage to the constitutionally

Household Appliances For The Frugal

Expenditure on household appliances is one of the major areas that you might need to slash to save your finances during these economically lean times. Here are some appliances that you can think of investing in to save up on that extra buck. Of course, initially you might have to make some investment but in

A comprehensive guide to cybersecurity for small and medium businesses – 2018

The security of users in cyberspace is subject to increasing number of threats. Not a day passes without news that someone hacked the next system or stole the important data. Owners or managers of small and medium-sized businesses know that cyber security in our age is a priority, and that we must pay due attention

Hey You Bookworms, Here’s How You Can Pursue Your Passion For Cheap!

Reading books is a passion for many, but this recession might have prompted you into slashing that extra expenditure that you make on purchasing books.  Don’t worry; here are some cost-saving ways for you to pursue your intellectual interest. Join a purchase rewards program- Barnes and Noble; Book a Millionaire, Border’s Rewards are all bookstores

Forget All Other Shopping, Do Flu Shopping First!

I’m sure you’ll agree with me that health deserves prime importance and you cannot neglect it at any cost. You might slash down upon your festive shopping due to the economic epidemic, but you can’t probably slash down upon your health costs, especially during the flu season. You are well aware of how threatening swine

Faulty Perceptions That Lead To Financial Disaster

Are you bankrupt at the moment? Have you suffered huge money losses? If I ask these questions in the present times, you’ll obviously point to the recession as the culprit. Agreed; recession did have a huge impact on bringing many of us out onto the streets, but you should know that many a time we

Don’t Get Sucked In By Clever Tenants, Know Them First!

Owners have always been looked upon as monsters that are always after tenants for their payments. Being a landlord, I know what it feels like when you are labelled a cruel brute that’s insensitive to the hardships of tenants. True, many landlords are like that, but not all. These days, there are quite a few

Bridle You Cable TV Expenses With These Techniques

No doubt it’s an idiot box, but it’s the major source of household entertainment. There’s no way you can escape from its attraction even though you know it costs a lot in terms of money and time. Yes! The television is such a gadget. Now, with satellite television being an almost mandatory household feature, you

After Cash For Clunkers, It’s Energy Star Now!

The Obama Government reminds of the good ol’ Santa Claus who doesn’t seem to tire coming up with innovative gifts for us. After Cash for Clunkers, the government seems to have come up with a new goodie in its energy efficiency motives that allow you to exchange your ‘old and nagging’ domestic appliances like a

10 Credit Card Secrets You Didn’t Know

You have probably thought of only spending money through your credit card. How about saving some money? Here are some of the secrets which you might not be aware of: Raise your Credit Limit It is hard to convince credit providers to increase your credit limit these days, due to the recession. But Ken Clark,

Secrets To High Performance In Financial Departments

I’m sure when a company succeeds most of us are more than eager to know their success mantras. But the winners are no fools! Why will they tell you their success formula? In a world of cutthroat competition, they’ll definitely want to stay on top. Their ‘mean’ minds will also want them to secretly desire

Divorce Is Expensive – Think Before You Break The Bond!

For many people, divorce is a sad thing. Either or both the partners is in an emotional trauma and as though that is not enough there are huge monetary expenses involved too. As you might have expected divorce is not like breaking with your dating or living-in partner where you just walk out of the

Dental Care a Wee Bit less Expensive Now

Next time you bite into an ice-cream and simply scream “ Aaaaaah my tooth hurts !” but feel that you’ve got to pop in some pills instead of going to a dentist as a temporary  remedy because you can’t afford the fee, just relax…there’s good news for you. It seems this recession has tamed the

Best Selling Books List You Could Read This Fall

Fall is the time when some really good books come your way, but coming to know the best of them takes time and effort from your end and a busy person like you might not have the time for that. Smart Money writers have done the research for you and have come up with 7