Six Strategies for Handling a Difficult Boss

This is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post please read our guest posting policy. At one time or another, nearly everyone has had to deal with a difficult boss. The source of the challenge might be unprofessionalism, or inconsistency, or incompetence to name just a few- and the list goes on. […]

The Positive Emotions of Money

I find, especially in the personal finance niche, to be surrounded by negative connotations about money. I know I’m bad for usually focusing on monetary negatives. When you’re as in debt as I am, it’s hard to see the calm while your within the storm so-to-speak. The world is full of stories about people who […]

The History of Trading: Who Were the First Stock Traders and What Can We Learn From Them?

If you look through the history of trading, you’ll see stock markets did not begin as the gargantuan behemoths they are today. The beginnings of trading wasn’t in stocks, as “companies” didn’t exist as they do today. In 12th century France there were those, on behalf of banks, in charge of managing and regulating debts […]

5 Wonderful Benefits of Being Self-Employed

The following is a guest post from Nixon Williams in England. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read our guest posting policy and then contact us. The grind of being pinned to the same office desk 8 or 9 hours a day, every day, for many years, can be a hindrance. There is […]

All Things Finance Is BACK

Hi Folks- After a brief hiatus, All Things Finance is back in action. Thank you for the patience–our bearings are straight and we’ve got a slate of content forthcoming that will continue to educate and inform the financial noob to the expert. Our aim is to continue to illuminate the financially illiterate while providing continued […]

How Much To Spend On Groomsmen and Bridesmaids’ Gifts

Weddings are very expensive events. You have to buy the rings, rent the venue, pay for food, the dress, tuxedos…I can go on and on. Not only do the families involved spend a lot of money, you can’t forget that others also pay a good amount to come to your wedding – especially if you […]

Financial Education Is My Goal

Eliminating financial illiteracy, one post at a time.  That sums up the purpose of the blog in one sentence.  Everyday at work, I speak to people that are baffled by financial complexities.  With direct contact, I’m able to greatly help the 20+ individuals I speak to, but by creating a personal finance blog, I hope […]