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Warren Buffett: Top 3 investing mistakes to avoid

Imagine having Warren Buffett as your personal financial adviser. USA TODAY asked the Oracle of Omaha to put on his personal finance hat and tick off the biggest mistakes investors make<p>NEW YORK — Warren Buffett, the billionaire investor with the Midas touch, has a message for Main Street stock …

Investment Noise And How To Deal With It

One of the keys to investment success is to avoid the noise. Investment noise is the constant drumbeat of extraneous information that we’re all subjected to day in and day out. It comes to us via the financial press, the internet and even in the workplace. Ignore this noise and your odds for …

The Best And Worst Master's Degrees For Jobs Right Now

Thousands of new college grads will enter the workforce this year, but with unemployment at 7.6% and underemployment near 18%, many will put off the taxing job search process and opt out of the weak job market to pursue graduate degrees.<p>With this in mind, Forbes set out to determine which master’s …

Why Great Ideas Are Worthless

An idea combined with successful execution can change the world. An idea by itself is worthless. It’s one reason VC’s are hesitant or refuse to sign non-disclosure agreements (NDA’s). Why bother? They don’t have time to implement your idea. And if your idea is so easy to implement that the only …

How Much Is A User Worth?

User growth is often cited as a reason behind the valuations companies in the tech sector are given. But how much should an individual user be worth? Are all users created equal? And is the market’s assessment of growth in user sufficient to estimate the value of companies? Let’s delve into the …

'Don't Go To Law School,' 'Move To Asia,' And 28 Other Pearls Of Wisdom For 2012 Grads

This month, a huge batch of 20-somethings will be loosed upon the country with shiny new degrees in hand. We’ve crowd-sourced advice for the graduates of 2012 from our host of writers based on their areas of expertise. Here are 25 pearls of wisdom from Forbes. Spend them wisely.<p><b>Via Monte Burke, who</b> …

Brian O'Connor: Be Inspirational, Inspire Passion

Take a look at this great piece by one of my company’s valued team members. It’s worth the read!<p><i>“People with passion can change the world for the better” - Steve Jobs</i><p>This may be a little off the traditional accounting blog topic, but I was feeling inspired today. You often hear people say that you …

Interest Rates, The Fed, And The Housing Market Recovery

This economic recovery has been the slowest post-recession recovery since World War II. Moreover, the Fed has been extremely aggressive in its attempt to stimulate economic growth. And just when it seemed as though the Fed had used every available tool in its monetary policy toolbox, they …

Tea Party Patriots Inc And IRS - Who Is Being Unreasonable ?

The Wall Street Journal just reported that anger at the IRS is fueling a Tea Party comeback. Tea Party Patriots Inc (TPP) spends a lot of energy on promoting the scandal narrative, but seems to ignore an important question. That question is whether Tea Party Patriots, Inc. should be entitled to …

Western Union's Failed Plan To Drive the Digital Revolution Is A Cautionary Tale For Electric Utilities

In 1965, Western Union developed a strategic plan for pioneering what it called a “nationwide information utility” capable of “providing all the information service required and wanted by any and all kinds of customers.”<p>The flawed – albeit inspired – plan provides a cautionary tale for …