Here is my European trip update: Sevilla and Morocco
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I was introduced to this book during the pursuit of my MBA, in an ethics class, which Enron Book Coverused this book as a case study on the topic. A more appropriate book for the topic probably could not have been found.
Hello Friends! I wasn’t planning on posting today so this post will be short and sweet like 5’2 me. ;)
Being the uber-cool, ambitious blogger I am, this morning I decided to fix some of the broken links on my blog. This meant sorting through 369 pages of 7367 comments to check to see if blogs are still active or if they are dead links.
When customers rack up airline miles by using a credit card for every day purchases, the number one problem they experience is deciding how best to use those airline miles. The opportunities are endless for air travel, and it’s the customer’s job to choose when and where he or she will travel. Often, the decision comes down to traveling throughout the United States or traveling abroad to experience a foreign country in another part of the world.
As many readers know, I just moved back to the United States after about 2.5 years of living in the Caribbean. Moving to a tropical island seems like just a dream for so many people, and if I had a nickel for every time someone told me how lucky I was, well, I wouldn’t have so many student loans. ;-)
A road trip across America has become a quintessential part of the American Dream. Whether in RV’s, hatchbacks or even convertibles, we have been fascinated by the idea of riding towards the sunset, elbow on the car door, a cigarette in hand, country music blasting on the car stereo. With good reason too – America is vast and diverse making road the best way to experience it. Before you put keys in the ignition and ride into the sunset, take the time to consider the following five factors, they might be the difference between a great road trip or a complete disaster.
Hey everyone, thanks for joining me for this week’s Finance Talk with Josh! I’ve been seeing a lot of peer to peer lending in the personal finance blogosphere lately, and noticed several questions being asked in comments on blogs and social media. That being said, today, I figured we’d go over these questions and I’d give you the best answers I possibly could. So, without further ado, let’s get started!
Believe it or not, recent findings show that America's wealthiest consumers are opting for electric vehicles from automakers like Tesla over mainstream luxury vehicles. Will this trickle down to the average consumer?