Entrepreneur Intervention: FinancialBin.com Wants to Hear Your “We Built It” Story

Financial Bin founder David T. Domzalski announced today that his media company is looking for business owners who want to share their story. Did you start a company? Did you pour years of blood, sweat, and tears into making it a success? If so, we want to hear from you! Maybe you tried to start a … Read more

5 Frugal Destinations for the Traveler on a Shoestring

Traveling can be very expensive, especially certain destinations, luckily there are a ton of frugal travel destinations worldwide. Destinations where you can really enjoy the food and atmosphere, mingle with the locals, and not break the bank. Many popular tourist destinations overcharge because they can get away with it. Not only that, but some areas … Read more

Zach Miller of TradeStreaming.com Explains the Effect of Crowdsourcing & Social Media on the Future of Investing (Market Matters, Episode #8)

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  In Episode #8 of Market Matters on Google+ Hangout on August 20, 2012, Financial Bin‘s David Domzalski and Riskalyze‘s Aaron Klein invited Zach Miller from TradeStreaming to touch on – 1. Mark Faber’s (aka Dr. Doom’s) prediction that we face a 100% chance of a global recession — and what investors can do to hedge their bets! 2. The effects of … Read more

How to Choose the Right Savings Account

By: Richard Jenkins Right now, many people are choosing to save their income instead of spending recklessly. This is because, with an ever worsening economy and outlook, it is a good idea to stash some cash for safety. Choosing the right savings account is a good step to getting your financial house in order. Connected Can … Read more

10 Easy Steps to Money-Saving Shopping

  By: Eduwardo Ramirez Shopping can be an expensive proposition, whether it be clothes, food, or electronics. Taking a few simple steps can save you a lot of money. Luckily, once learned, it will be very easy to implement these steps without thinking. Used If you are buying clothes, or household goods, buying at thrift shops … Read more

It Doesn’t Cost a Dime to Give a Child a Brighter Future!

By: Elizabeth Dreckman It’s the time of year when Arizona’s children head back to school.  For some of them, future is looking much brighter thanks to scholarships from Arizona School Choice Trust. Founded in 1993, Arizona School Choice Trust (ASCT) is the oldest and most experienced School Tuition Organization in Arizona.  The mission of ASCT is … Read more

Market Matters, Episode #7: Josh & Sean from Great Pacific Trading Co. Talk Fed Stimulus, Trulia IPO, and Housing Market

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  In Episode #7 of Market Matters on Google+ Hangout on August 20, 2012, Financial Bin founder David Domzalski invited Josh Saunders and Sean McGillivray from Great Pacific Trading Company to touch on – 1. What to expect from the August 21, 2012 FOMC minutes release 2. The Trulia IPO and its quest to raise $75 million 3. Fannie, Freddie, and the … Read more

Credit Cards and the College Student

  This month, thousands of students return to college campuses across the United States for another year of academic enrichment. If the phrase “academic enrichment” sounds like one that an “academic” would use, well, I’m “guilty as charged.” Having taught writing and literature at various colleges and universities for 16 years, I know firsthand that … Read more

The Next 3, 5, or 7 Years: How Billy and Akaisha Kaderli See the Scenarios for the Financial Markets Playing Out

By: Billy and Akaisha Kaderli Bitter medicine I do not have a crystal ball, and I am sure this will get an overflow of opinions from our Readers, but I am going to go ahead and try to give a couple of different scenarios/predictions of global economics. First, I doubt any of these are going to … Read more