Posts Tagged ‘money’

Is Cash Still King? – How The World Is Trending Toward Online Payments

Posted on September 26th, 2011 by by Jesse Michelsen

One of the top trends of 2011 has been mobile or digital payment methods. Being able to pay with your smart phone from anywhere in the world, instantly, in any currency is now a reality and that is just the tip of the iceberg compared to what is possible with the new technology being developed […]

The Power Of CLEP Testing – A Story Told By An Idiot

Posted on May 19th, 2011 by by Jesse Michelsen

First things first, I’ll admit that I’m not at all proud of this story. My own lack of effort and motivation to get this finished up could have cost me a lot of money. You’ll see exactly what I’m talking about below. I’m telling this story because is showcases the power of some of the […]

Entrepreneurial Beginnings: Marc Perry of

Posted on April 20th, 2011 by by Jesse Michelsen

As an entrepreneur myself, I’m always interested in seeing how others got started. Marc Perry and I have connected in the past but I never really knew about his life prior to creating and considering he used to work in finance as a hedge fund manager no less, I thought it would be interesting […]

Life As A Landlord – Down Payment And Closing

Posted on March 28th, 2011 by by Jesse Michelsen

  This is part of an ongoing series about how I became the owner of a rental property in Florida while living in Utah, and all the adventures I have had along the way. If you’re just joining me now, you can check out the first installments here: Life As A Landlord – The Beginning […]

Don’t Be So Concerned About Money That You Miss Life

Posted on February 7th, 2011 by by Jesse Michelsen

As some of you may know, my wife and I had our third child this past weekend. Having a child is quite the experience. I never thought anything could change my life like having a kid could, and each time the experience brings something new to my life. This is our first boy which is […]

112 Ways to Save Money via Consumerist

Posted on January 25th, 2011 by by Jesse Michelsen

The Consumerist put this article out a few months ago but I thought it had some pretty good info, and some not so good info that I wanted to share. The article is essentially a big list of tips that came in from Consumerist readers. Here are some of the better ones that I liked: […]

Flexible Spending Account Basics

Posted on November 18th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

November is almost over and most of us, myself included, have already finished up during our Open enrollment benefit elections at the office but I think it would be a safe bet that some of us, again myself included, are new to benefits and don’t quite understand how everything works. Having just gone through my […]