Managing Your Money Online


Archive for January, 2008

Managing Your Money Online

A new wave of financial management Web sites taps into the power of social networks. Which sites will survive? (2 mins ago)

Financial Independence through Business Automation

Instead of working as an employee, consider becoming a business owner. You do not have to quit your job, you can operate the business on the side. And then when the business grows to sufficient size and scope, then you can dedicate more efforts to building your business. The most important thing to remember about [...]

CTS Finishes 2007 With Strong Fourth Quarter Earnings and Cash Flow

ELKHART, Ind.—-CTS Corporation today announced fourth quarter 2007 net earnings of $7.7 million and diluted earnings per share of $0.20, which includes $0.05 per share of restructuring and related costs. (1 hour ago)

Phone, TV and Internet can be cheaper on one bill

Telecommunications is an area of regular spending that takes diligence to keep in check, because prices and offerings change frequently. Among those developments is the triple-play bundle, which includes television, telephone and Internet services. (6 hours ago)

Borrowed money should be used to further your financial goals

Have you ever wondered why until now you do not have any savings? Or do you have loans which you are unable to repay? You must be in on a very bad personal finance planning plan or you may not even have a plan at all. Perhaps you are dreaming about owning your very own [...]

More Resources, More Challenges

The market’s turmoil may be especially unsettling for middle-aged homeowners. (2 hours ago)

Money: Common Phrases (Part 3)

Don’t sell yourself short. Don’t spend it all in one place. Don’t spend more than you make. Don’t take any wooden nickels. Don’t throw good money towards bad. Don’t you know the value of a dollar? Every man is not born with a silver spoon in his mouth. Everyone is in the same boat. Finders [...]

Media Advisory – Media Roundtable with Dr. Sherry Cooper to Discuss her Latest Book, The New Retirement

Members of the media are invited to join Dr. Sherry Cooper, Chief Economist, BMO Capital Markets, for a discussion of her new bestselling book, The New Retirement: How it will Change our Future. (1 hour ago)

Financial Independence through Savings

If you have a large savings account and live off the interest then you could be financially independent. For example, if you have 1 million dollars in the bank, with 6% interest, your yearly income would be $60,000. If you have 10 million dollars in the bank, with 6% interest, your yearly income would be [...]

Customers demand refunds for PPIs

Customers seeking refunds flooded a banking watchdog with complaints yesterday after serious failings were exposed in the �5bn-a-year industry in Payment Protection Insurance . (20 mins ago)