The Challenge Of Rapid Business Growth: 7 Possible Changes To Anticipate

The Challenge Of Rapid Business Growth: 7 Possible Changes To Anticipate

As an entrepreneur, your startup enters a new phase when your business faces the numerous crises that arise from business growth. For your business to handle the new influx of demand for your product or services, it needs to expand to survive. Old solutions, familiar ways of doing business, principles and processes will no longer fit the bigger challenges.

Why Should I Get Life Insurance for My Child?

Why Should I Get Life Insurance for My Child?

Life insurance is one of those things that can provide peace of mind, especially when you have a young family. We all want what’s best for our children. I know that one of my biggest fears is what would happen if I died, and my family — particularly my son — didn’t have the financial

Don’t Let Investing Regrets Sink Your Retirement

Don’t Let Investing Regrets Sink Your Retirement

Part of a successful retirement is investing. Don’t let investing regrets now sink your nest egg later. Today, MoneyTips.com is releasing its free ebook, The Retiree Next Door. This ebook is the result of a research effort that was underway over the course of the summer. The idea was to look at current (and successful)

20 Money Books in 20 Days

20 Money Books in 20 Days

Enter this contest to win money books from top personal finance bloggers. Not too long ago, my online buddy Jeremy from Modest Money had a cool idea. Since so many personal finance bloggers also have books out (including yours truly), wouldn’t it be cool to give away ebook versions? Jeremy rounded up 10 of us,

Educating Your Family about Life Insurance

Educating Your Family about Life Insurance

When planning your family’s finances, do you take into account life insurance? It’s easy to overlook life insurance as an essential aspect of financial planning. However, it’s important to consider the impact that your death might have on your family’s financial situation. Unfortunately, most Americans don’t see life insurance as essential to overall financial planning.