The following is a guest post by Steven Werlin, the author of "To Fool the Rain: Haiti’s Poor and their Pathway to a Better Life". If you'd like to guest post on a future article on Money Q&A, check out the site's guest posting guidelines. Elsie Amboise joined Fonkoze’s CLM program in Fall 2012. She was living with her husband and their boys in another very poor woman’s home. Her family didn’t have its own place to stay. CLM stands for Chemen Lavi Miyò, Haitian Creole for “the Pathway to a Better Life.” It is a program that provides … [Read more...] about How Promoting Entrepreneurship in Extremely Impoverished Countries Can Change the World
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The following is a guest post by Vicky Oliver, the best-selling author of five books, including 301 Smart Answers to Tough Interview Questions. If you'd like to be considered for a future guest post on Money Q&A, check out our guest posting guidelines. We've become accustomed to looking to the tech industry for innovation when it comes to how we communicate. But one idea that tech mavens made popular, the open workspace office plan, is proving to be a flop -- actually hindering the communication it intended to promote. Companies … [Read more...] about 5 Strategies for Surviving the Open Workspace Office Plan
While blogs have been perceived as more of a hobby than a real job in the past, modern bloggers are reaping hundreds and sometimes thousands in revenue from just a single website as second income. People are often mystified by how this works, but you can find all the steps you would need to take to start a profitable blog today in this short article! 1. Decide on a theme Ideally, you should choose a theme or subject that you are passionate about and understand well. This makes your blog authentic and automatically more easily relatable … [Read more...] about How to Turn Your Blog into a Second Income
The Credit Union National Association reports that over 105 million Americans are members of a credit union. This makes up nearly a third of the population. But, a majority of Americans still use traditional banks to manage their money, and younger generations are reportedly less likely to use credit unions simply because they don’t understand and often ask - how does a credit unions work. How Does a Credit Union Work? There are many benefits of switching from a bank to a credit union, but it can also be a hassle to make the move, which also … [Read more...] about How Does a Credit Union Work? Do They Live Up to the Hype?
Day Trading in the Forex market means that trades open and close in the same trading day. Positions are held for very short terms. This type of trading is also called Intraday Trading and is one of the day trading strategies that you can implement. As with any type of Forex trading, there are different strategies that can be used. Whatever your chosen strategy, there are factors that are important to pay attention to, and rules that must be followed. The two most important factors to a Day trader are volatility and liquidity. For Day … [Read more...] about Day Trading Strategies to Use in the Forex Market
The following is a guest post by Donna Stoneham, PhD, the author of "The Thriver’s Edge: Seven Keys to Transform the Way You Live, Love". If you’d like to find out more about guest posting on Money Q&A, please read our Guest Posting Guidelines.
Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, 2017 is likely to be a year unlike any we’ve ever experienced. America has never been more divided, and many people are feeling alienated and anxious. We can’t deny that hatred, cynicism, and misunderstanding are present, but we each … [Read more...] about