12 Personal Finance Podcasts to Consider for Your Commute

Personal Finance Podcasts

I know a lot of people have rough commutes. After living in two major metropolitan areas and having to patiently ride out the commute to and from the office each day – I get it. 30 minutes here, 45 minutes there, and before you know it, you’re on the road for over an hour everyday. […]

How to Balance Your Freelance Career With a Full-Time Job

Freelance Blogging

Editor’s Note: Here’s an excellent contribution from Ben Luthi, freelance writer and blogger who writes regularly at The Wealth Gospel. Let’s face it. Living the life of a corporate cog isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. But the thought of trying to escape into the world of freelancing can be daunting. Building a successful freelance career […]

15 Tips for Saving Money on Your Business Expenses Without Working Harder

Insights

Editor’s note: Enjoy this article from Mary Baker, from Get Your Biz in Order. She’s got some rich tips for small business owners who want to spend wisely. As entrepreneurs, we all like to see our revenue grow, right?  If you’ve ever started your own business you know that increasing revenue doesn’t come without an investment […]

Should You Tell Your Boss About Your Part-Time Business?

PT and Gary Vaynerchuk

Are you a weekend, early morning, or late night warrior who works on their side business? Perhaps you do all three? Are you hustling so you can one day leave your day job and become your own boss? It’s not uncommon these days. Do you think it’s ethical, or simply the right thing to do, […]

On Stage or Screen: Here’s How to Earn a Living as an Actor

Stephanie OConnell Actor

Editor’s note: Today’s article comes from Stefanie O’Connell, a New York City based actress and freelance writer. Stefanie is also a frequent reader and commenter here on PT Money. I’m really honored to share her story. So you want to be an actor- or you’re kicking yourself for never having pursued “the dream”. As a […]

The Best Canadian Part-Time Jobs with Benefits (Updated 2014)

Canadian Part-Time Jobs

Canada offers its citizens a single payer health care system, which means that all Canadians are covered for basic health services. Knowing this, an American might be forgiven for thinking that employer-sponsored health insurance benefits would be redundant. But the operative word for Canada’s public health insurance is “basic.” The state-run system guarantees primary care […]

Best Part Time Jobs With Benefits—Updated for the 2014 Implementation of Obamacare

20 Best Part-Time Jobs With Benefits

Now that the Affordable Care Act has officially launched, it’s a good time to revisit the possibility of finding a part-time job with benefits. Prior to the 2014 implementation of the health-care mandate, many big-name businesses such as Papa John’s indicated that owners and franchisees would have no economic choice but to reduce employee hours […]

An Interview with Farnoosh Torabi, Author of When She Makes More

Farnoosh Torabi

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with personal finance superstar Farnoosh Torabi to discuss her just-released book When She Makes More: 10 Rules for Breadwinning Women. Farnoosh’s book couldn’t be more timely. A Pew Study from 2013 found that 40% of households with children have a breadwinning mother at the helm. Last year, […]

Should You Go to College or Start a Business?

Go to College or Start a Business

It’s been almost four years since former PayPal Chairman and CEO Peter Thiel started the 20 Under 20 program—the controversial initiative that paid 20 college students up to $100,000 to drop out of school. Basically, Thiel’s initiative hoped to show that the best path to success is not necessarily through education (and its attendant debt […]

Small Business Finances: The Key Financial Pillars of Building a Start-Up

Pillars of Small Business Finances

Here’s a note from a reader: “…thank you for the information you provided on Entrepreneurship on Fire. I was deeply encouraged and felt led to contact you. I am a 24 year old entrepreneur, economics and finance major, former athlete. Recently I quit my IT sales job to focus on my a project I have […]

Time Management for Part-Time Entrepreneurs

Time Management for Part Time Entrepreneurs

Part-time entrepreneurs have the best and worst of both worlds. While they face less financial risk by keeping their full-time jobs while growing their business, they run up against the problem of time management. How do you find the time to grow your business when so much of your time is already spoken for? The […]

5 Lessons from an Etsy Entrepreneur

Kim Palmer

The following article from Kimberly Palmer is based on her new book, “The Economy of You: Discover Your Inner Entrepreneur and Recession-Proof Your Life.” When I first got the idea to launch my own Etsy shop back in 2011, I thought it was going to be pretty easy. I’d read success stories on blogs before, […]