Posts Tagged ‘Finance’

Free Fantasy Sports League Finance Management

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

Simply put, League Safe is a fantasy commissioner’s best friend. We eliminate the hassle of managing league entry fees and payouts by automating the entire process. League members pay their dues using one of our convenient and 100 percent safe and secure online payment options. League funds are held safely in an FDIC-insured account at our partner bank and distributed in accordance with league rules at season’s end.


Tools For Accounting & Budgeting

Sunday, October 12th, 2008

There are a growing number of online services dedicated to helping users manage their finances. There are many benefits to using these accounting applications, they can simplify the process as well as help you find ways to save money. Here are 25+ tools for accounting and budgeting both personal and business finances.

Here you’ll find resources for keeping track of business expenses, finding out if you’re being charged hidden fees, invoicing roommates, and more.

Link: Mashable

7 Free Books That Should Be On Your Shelves

Thursday, August 28th, 2008

There are plenty of places to get free materials, though, if you know to ask. Brand new books, as well — not the free used books that you can find just about anywhere. This goes beyond the many websites that offer free ebooks of fictional work, though. The publications on this list are mostly reference materials. While they aren’t something you might consider for an afternoon of light reading, though, they can be very useful in planning your finances, doing home projects and other tasks that may require reference materials.

Link: Lifehack

Hidden Video Courses In Math, Science, & Engineering

Tuesday, May 13th, 2008

Many schools provide access-restricted videos of advanced courses to current students, but do not make them available to the wider community. To help remedy this, data wrangling blog has pulled together a big list of advanced courses with publicly available video lectures in math, physics, finance, and computer science that seem to have slipped through the cracks and included them in this post.

Link: Data Wrangling Blog