In my weekly newsletter, Pay it Forward, I am curating great content for business professionals to share in their social networks.
This week’s finds include:
From misunderstanding credit card fees to opening joint bank accounts, posts that target young people’s financial mistakes makes a good cover for adults that want to tune up their personal finances. (Financial Post)
Take a walk down memory lane and remember which ten companies were the most valuable in each year going back to 1980 in this cool interactive infographic. (ETFdb)
Stable, recurring revenue increases the value of your business in the mind of a potential buyer. (Divestopedia)
Great story about smart young entrepreneurs who did what it takes to get noticed by an investor. It’s not only who you know, but who you have the chutzpah to get to know. (AMEX Open Forum)
You’ll be surprised how many popular Christmas songs were penned by Jews in this 2011 edition of a killer post. (Interfaith Family)
Similar to the way a larger plate makes you eat more, a larger shopping cart makes you buy more. Avoiding this and other habits that affect spending. (Golden Girl Finance)
No matter what business you’re in, Apple’s remarkable way of doing business has lessons for you.