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Retirement Legal Work: 3 Tips For Planning Your Estate

February 3rd, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Author: Emma Sturgis Before you retire, you want to consider the money and property that you have to leave behind to your family members. Preparing your estate can become difficult if you don’t have a lot to leave behind and you want to make sure everyone has something or if  Read More »

Handing Down The Family Business? 3 Strategies For A Peaceful Transition

January 12th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Author: Emma Sturgis The family business is often one that has taken years to build. It’s likely one that was started with a great-grandparent and that has been carried through many generations. However, there comes a time when a younger member of the family should take control because of an  Read More »

How to Keep your Money Rolling after Retiring

January 9th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
As we work we always look forward to that time when we shall be leaving work to rest. This normally comes after long years of toiling and investment for some. It is, therefore, possible that at this time we only have our individual bills to settle as the dependents may  Read More »

Personality Types: How to Find A Perfect Job For You In No Time

December 27th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
Have you ever seen a seemingly random combination of four capital letters, such as “INFP, in someone’s social media or dating profile? This four-letter acronym is their Myers-Briggs Personality Type. The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality assessment based on Carl Jung’s research on Psychological types and created  Read More »

Changing Careers After 50? Don’t Sweat It!

December 20th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
Sick of your boring old desk job you’ve had for the last 30 years? Want to chase after that job you’ve dreamed of since you were six? Afraid of making the change because you’re already so close to retirement? You aren’t alone. There are many baby boomers deciding to chase  Read More »

Types Of Incentive Programs

December 12th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
Incentive programs are everywhere today — and with good reason. Designed to promote or encourage measurable outcomes, incentive programs can be powerful motivational strategies that indirectly move your business forward, while also benefiting your staff. That’s why, when you want to better engage employees — from millennials to baby boomers  Read More »

What To Look For In Company Culture

December 5th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
When you are looking for a job, one important aspect to consider is the culture of the company. Company culture sets the tone for your workplace happiness. Commitment to Community A quick scan of the company blog or plugging its name into a search engine should reveal the company’s level  Read More »

Amazing Job Search Tips That Really Work

November 29th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
The latest news shows that the unemployment rate is as low as never before in the United States alone. This truly is great news for everyone! Finally, people do not have to work only to make their ends meet. This tendency of the job market shows that more workplaces have  Read More »

Best financial steps to take when you are forced to retire early

November 22nd, 2016 | No Comment Yet
Author: Samantha Harris The financial crisis urged many Americans to work longer and retire later to improve their savings. But the reality doesn’t always match our expectations. Sometimes retirement is forced upon us sooner than we expect. It might be our employer, health status, or any other factor. The important  Read More »

7 Ways to Getting Noticed During the Busy Hiring Season

November 14th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
  Author: Sylvia Giltner The fall is considered the busiest hiring season of them all. After summer holidays, all companies come back with full power and with the mission to end the year achieving their yearly goals. And to make it happen, they are very likely to realize that they  Read More »