Video conferencing has risen to prominence as a trusted and versatile tool in the business world. Capable of connecting companies, people, and committees across expanses of ocean or highway, the technology has just started to show its true worth with a slew of updates and modifications. As features are continually added or altered in the field of video conferencing, however, … [Read more...]


Over the last weekend I had the chance to hang out at #Fincon14 in New Orleans.  If you are not sure what this is it's  a conference where financial bloggers, and media experts get together once a year to talk and learn about ways to improve our businesses. It's also allowed me to connect with a ton of great people I've been following online in the media such as Forbes, … [Read more...]

Thinking of Retiring

I was asked a question recently about whether I was planning for my retirement and it struck me that it is never too early to start putting something aside for retirement. Planning meticulously for retirement has the effect of removing the financial stress from the situation, and the earlier someone starts, the less stress is involved. Starting to plan for retirement only … [Read more...]

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Moving to a new country requires detailed planning, and moving to Canada is no different. Settling into any new country will involve visa issues and other bureaucratic details, and I know that having upfront knowledge about these issues will help make the settling-in period that much easier. Canadian Visa Classifications Visa requirements for moving to work in Canada are … [Read more...]

Erasing Oops !

Recently I was interviewed by and as I did this interview I came across 3 underlying financial lessons that cost me thousands of dollars over the years. I'll admit these mistakes were brutally painful.  Their isn't a day that I wish I could have taken back the things I've done wrong with my finances.  Rather I just have to keep moving forward and accept what I've … [Read more...]