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The Subtle Intricacies to Tasting Success at an Investment Bank

by Justin November 26, 2014

There is a lot more to succeeding in banking than just profit-generation and sales. There are lots of unstated rules about town and following these are crucial for people who wish to emerge victorious on the scene of investment banking. Progression in banking has led to new character traits in professionals. If you are looking [...]

7 Ways to Boost Your Credit Score

by Justin November 24, 2014

When you have a good credit score, certain doorways are open to you that others don’t have. A low credit rating can hold you back from achieving life goals, like buying a new or larger car, buying your first home or even renting an apartment. You can also forget about getting an unsecured credit card [...]

Why Do Companies Need Barcode Printing Software?

by Justin November 2, 2014

If you take a closer look at all the products that you can find on the supermarket shelves, you will realize that all these goods have UPC barcodes printed on their packaging. Where do these barcodes come from and why are they printed on all the products that you can find in retail stores? UPC [...]

Gaming Can be a Great Hobby

by Justin October 23, 2014

In today’s fast paced environment it’s easy to get “too busy”, almost to the point where it’s nearly impossible to find time for yourself. Personally, I work plenty of hours in a stressful job, and it’s difficult for me to find the time and ways to relax and unwind. When I do find activities they [...]

Top 4 Reasons You Shouldn’t Purchase a Home Yet

by Justin October 11, 2014

It goes without saying that one of the biggest purchases an adult will have in their life is the purchase of a new home. When it comes to buying a new home, timing is very important as well as being financially and emotionally ready. The problem is that, when emotions are thrown in, sometimes people [...]

The Inclusive Wealth Index: A Better Way to Measure Economic Growth

by Justin October 10, 2014

In the second quarter of 2014, GDP in the U.S. increased by 4.6 percent, causing politicians and pundits to insist that the American economy is improving. Unfortunately, many Americans don’t feel like their lives are getting better. Home values in the U.S. still lag far behind their pre-2008 levels, and wage growth for middle and [...]