Posts Tagged‘job’

4 Accounting Basics Everyone Should Know

If you own a business, then speaking accounting language is essential. Even when discussing personal assets, the proper terms help others know what you are talking about. Let’s look at some basic accounting terms and what they mean. Financial Statements Image via Flickr by Ken Teegardin The balance sheet, statement of cash flow, and income statement are three types of financial statements everyone needs to understand. The balance sheet gives a picture of assets and liability whether for your business or you personally. Statements of cash flow point to the change in cash during a specific time period, be it a week,…

How to Make Money Form Photography

Making money from doing something that you love is something that not everyone can do but if you are passionate enough then you could well find yourself in a position where you can do exactly that. My good friend Shahriar Ekbatani has been making a living from photography for many years and I spoke to him about some of the ways in which you can make money from photography if you are good enough at what you do. If this sounds like something you would enjoy doing then read on for some top tips on making money from photography, from someone…

The Right Steps to Take when Reentering the Workforce

People leave the workforce for a variety of reasons. Perhaps you are a mom who wanted to spend more time raising your kids. Perhaps you were ill or took time off to care for an ill relative. Maybe you searched for a job for a long time, couldn’t find one and decided to take a break. Or perhaps you retired thinking you were financially secure only to find you miscalculated the amount of income you needed. Whatever the reason, coming back into the workforce and searching for a job can be intimidating and challenging. Businesses definitely have a bias against…

Back in the Game: Financial Strategies to Bounce back from a Job Loss

Few things in life are as difficult to recover from as a job loss. It’s hard enough to save money for car repairs and appliances, let alone to have enough to sustain you when you’re unemployed. If you’ve ever been through something like this, you know how depressing it can get, especially when you can’t find work right away. Here are some financial strategies you can use to make the process easier. Develop a Plan The first thing to do is create a plan. Would you like to remain in the same field or have you been waiting for an…