Whether looking to make a mid-life employment field switch or preparing to graduate from college, developing a career plan requires careful planning. And fortunately, many Web sites are available to assist the process. Here are a few general career planning sites that might be worth a visit:
What should a person know about securing a home mortgage, and the different types of mortgages available? A spin on the information highway will turn up a bevy of answers. Several Web sites provide tips and information about qualifying for a mortgage. Here is a sampling of sites:
Many financial news Web sites cover everything from the latest stock quotes and market reports to investor tools. If you can't grab a glimpse of the latest market action on a television or business feature report in a newspaper, you might turn to the Web for up-to-the-minute business news updates. Here are a few places to start:
Financial information designed specifically for women is just a few clicks away on the World Wide Web. Several Web sites that cater to the financial interests of women offer insights on a range of topics, from asset allocation to retirement planning. Here is a sampling:
Major household appliances such as the refrigerator, clothes dryer and dishwasher can put a strain on the monthly utility bills. Using appliances designed with energy conservation in mind, however, can save money over the long run.
From counterfeit check scams to identity theft, consumer fraud remains a serious problem today. How does a person protect against deceptive financial practices? A few answers can be found on Web sites dedicated to preventing consumer fraud.
Here are a few instructive sites:
Want to get the most from a certificate of deposit? Perhaps you should explore a CD ladder.
A CD ladder involves setting up CDs at different maturity periods, generally a year apart. This investment strategy allows investors to take advantage of interest rates spread out over time. Once the first CD matures after a year, it can be reinvested to create a new rung in the ladder.
Career fairs offer a good opportunity for job hunters to meet with company recruiters and explore potential employment. But simply attending a career fair does not guarantee landing a job. Performing a bit of advance preparation going into a career fair could help tip the hiring odds in your favor.
, February 19, 2009
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