Category: Finance & Money
What caused the sudden drop in gold price? After a decade of revival, the price fall in April was the biggest dip in market confidence for 30 years. Is this precious metal vulnerable to further decline or is it a temporary setback for the ‘safe-haven asset’? Take a look at the Great Gold Rout infographic from Saxo Capital Markets.
By implementing online giving, churches can see an increase in offerings. Why is this? Because no one really carries around cash and checks anymore, so this gives people a quick and easy way to donate. It can also turn irregular givers into regular givers with options such as recurring payments. Check out the infographic below presented by Church Central to learn more about the benefits of online giving for churches.
Over 80 percent of medical students and physicians are in debt. Check out the infographic below presented by StudentDoctor.net to see the numbers and how it affects medical professionals’ life decisions.
The Financial Aid process can be confusing and intimidating. The following infographic by ScholarshipsAndGrants.us covers a quick and simple overview of the Financial Aid. Get started as soon as possible as there are time limits to get priority consideration.
Things are going a bit bonkers among lottery fans, seeing as the American Powerball lottery jackpot is nearing half a billion dollars. So this infographic from Euromillions Lottosystem gives some insights into how you play the game. But it is mostly focused on interesting tidbits of information and fun facts.
Did you know that money laundering happens on a daily basis all around the world? This infographic, produced by visually, takes a graphical look at what money laundering actually is and how it is still in wide-use today.
More and more companies are stashing their cash offshore, and they’re doing it at alarming rates. Why? Put simply, it’s about eluding the tax man. Learn more about the tax havens of the wealthy and powerful in the following infographic by Online Accounting Degrees.
As a small business owner, you’re already intimately familiar with the frustrations that the chargeback process entails. But have you ever stopped to look at chargebacks from the point of view of your customers? By gaining a fuller understanding of why and how chargebacks occur, you’ll be better able to prevent these potentially-costly situations in the future. Chargeback.com takes a look at “Two Sides to a Chargeback” in the following infographic.
Due to the current state of the economy and the lack of financing from traditional lenders, like big banks, some may not think there is much hope of financing for small businesses, but they’d be wrong. 2013 is shaping up to be the year for small business funding. Learn more in this infographic from National Funding.
We all know that new media is growing at a much faster pace than old media businesses. The folks at Staff.com thought it would be interesting to see just how this is affecting the media billionaires. How much faster did these new media billionaires make their money?
Payday loans are a highly contested form of consumer lending. Advocate groups fight to protect them while consumer groups work to limit or eliminate them completely. Currently, 12 states have laws that either ban payday loans or have strict lending laws which make them unprofitable in the state. Their payday laws have been compiled into one infographic, created by loans.org.
Options Credit was sitting around wondering how many ways people could use their credit cards after their debts were paid off. So they started blurting out ideas and ended up with this “visual” list of 51 ways to use a credit card after your debts are paid off.
Invoice factoring is widely-used form of financing for business owners and entrepreneurs to speed up their business cash flow. Buts it’s not new, 4000 year ago it was first used. Let’s check out its history in this infographic by cbacfunding.com.