My parents are first generation immigrants. That means frugality wasn't anything special growing up — it was simply the norm.
Think your teeth are the only things in your mouth you need to care for? Nope. Learn how to easily and cheaply care for your gums to prevent gum disease.
by: Greg Go | channel: Health and Beauty
Not deducting all of the expenses that you are allowed leaves money on table. Use the following checklist of rules to reduce your taxable income as much as legally possible.
by: Greg Go | channel: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center, Taxes
Where you list your products is as important as how much you price them, how you deal with customers, and other parts of your operations. Here are some online marketplaces for s
by: Greg Go | channel: Entrepreneurship, Extra Income, Small Business Resource Center
Online retailing involves the same principles as offline (or "brick & mortar") retailing, but the tactics and mechanics are different. Here's a look at 8 facets of
A dollar on a paycheck is worth a dollar to the employee. And it costs you a dollar. But benefits aren't like that. Sometimes, your employee will value the benefit much more tha
by: Greg Go | channel: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center
Twitter is one of the best places to network and discover new business insights. We've compiled a list of some of the best and brightest minds in the small business Twitterspher
Even though few people use the phonebook to find local business these days, in an ironic twist, advertising in the phonebook has become more expensive. Small business can boost
by: Greg Go | channel: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center, Technology
The Internet is a boon for doing all kinds of things -- including getting a better job and/or getting paid more at your current job. Technology helps us stay connected, learn somet
by: Greg Go | channel: Career Building, Job Hunting, Technology
From saving money to staying on budget, technology has made it easier than ever to stay on top of my personal finances. Here are 3 ways technology has helped me save money and time
by: Greg Go | channel: Credit Cards, Investment, Technology
Improving your business is critical to staying afloat and growing. Here are some resources out there that will sharpen your skills, improve your offerings and allow you to grow you
Let's be honest: running a small business is not an easy task. And even the most successful business owners have had their fair share of blunders. Here are some of the biggest mist
We asked around 50 of the top small business bloggers to give a couple of their best quick tips for small business owners, and the response was incredible. Some are short nuggets o
Working with a remote employee is a unique situation and requires special handling. Here are 9 tips for working with your virtual assistant.
A virtual assistant is an administrative employee who lives and works remotely. By hiring a remote worker, you can hire from a global talent pool, and find help with more education
If you want to add a little jolt to your caffeine-enjoyment, check out the French press. It's fairly cheap, produces rich and delicious coffee, and it's not that complicated.
by: Greg Go | channel: Food and Drink
While scouring the web for our list of the best money saving resources, there were a few sites that made us say "wow!" and stood ou
by: Greg Go | channel: Frugal Living, Lifestyle, Shopping
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by: Greg Go | channel: Giveaways
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. A bunch of personal finance books being released in the coming weeks. This edition will share how you can haggle with your docto
by: Greg Go | channel: Personal Finance
All we hear these days are doom and gloom news about layoffs, bankruptcies and stock market dips. But it can't be all bad out there. So we're asking you: What are some silver lin
By most accounts, this is going to be a long recession, and we’re still on the downward slope. As a small business owner, you will be forced to make drastic moves to survive. As yo