We live in a connected society, and expect everything to be networked and connected to the internet. Connecting requires a modem, and today most internet providers provide you with a combination modem and router. They usually have four ethernet ports, and tend to include wireless access.
Today I was going through some things from when I attended college in the late 1980s and found some old five-and-a-quarter inch computer data storage discs. It reminded me of how data storage has changed over the years. My first computer was a Vic 20 and its data was stored on a tape cassette.
In the last issue, we looked at into various programs to help with personal financial management. In this issue, we’ll look at perennial, pesky, and inevitable taxes. By this time, you should have received most of your 1099s and other tax documents, so it’s time to get them filed.
The new year is here, resolutions have been made, and it’s a great time to look at ways to manage your money. There’s that cruise you want to take, the kitchen to remodel, a new house to buy, and lots of other expenses that necessitate you managing your money in order to afford them. Fortunately, there are a variety of personal finance software products to help you, both for the desktop and online or desktop.
The options and availability for “wearable tech” have exploded in recent years, and are expanding every day, including watch-type products such as the Apple Watch, Fitbit, and Samsung watches. They are one more way we have become a net-connected society.
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