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Five Tips for a Successful Career Change

November 7th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
By Melissa Ricker   Are you ready for a big change in your professional world? Do you dream of being in a field that you are passionate about? Are you bored or worn out in your current job? You know that you want to make a change, but perhaps you  Read More »

7 Ways To Be Money Smart In Retirement

October 31st, 2016 | No Comment Yet
Written By Emma Sturgis For how long do you intend to be retired? Have you thought about it? According to the Social Security Administration, although the average age for a 65-year-old man or a woman in the United States today is either 84.3 or 86.6 respectively, “About one out of  Read More »

5 Career Choices for Baby Boomers

October 24th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
Written by: Dixie Somers  They say that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. Fortunately for you, the same doesn’t apply to human beings. You are never too old to learn a new profession. If you are a baby boomer who isn’t ready to retire, now is the time  Read More »

Don’t Let Your Debt Empty Your Pension Pot & Delay Your Retirement

October 17th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
Are you caught up between the burden of institutional responsibility and individual responsibility (IRA) for retirement? Do you often feel inadequately prepared to handle your finances post retirement? Then you are not alone! 69% people have admitted that they do not have the money to live to the age of  Read More »

5 Ways To Save Money Through Home Maintenance

October 10th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
By Kara Masterson A lot of families have to live on a tight budget. Because of this, many people may be looking for new ways to save. One thing you may have not considered is performing regular routine maintenance on your home. This has the advantage of making sure your  Read More »

Ways To Attract And Retain Mature Employees

September 21st, 2016 | No Comment Yet
Other than millennials, older adults are among the fastest growing demographics in the American workforce. For some employers, misconceptions about mature employees prevent them from benefiting from the many positive attributes these individuals can bring to their businesses, benefits including — but certainly not limited to — their extensive experience  Read More »

7 Ways to Invest After Retirement

August 15th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
You might have read several tips on how to invest money and prepare for your retirement. Yet you rarely hear about how to make the most of your funds and income once you hit retirement. Some may find themselves squirreling their cash away where it’s “safe” but doesn’t really grow.  Read More »

Ways to Save Taxes on Your Income

August 1st, 2016 | No Comment Yet
Tax is a complicated subject to understand, what is tougher than this is paying it. Well everyone wants to save the amount of tax they shell out to the government. So here are some of the ways you can do it House rent allowance (HRA) The HRA paid by your  Read More »

Employee Benefits: What Perks Speak to Which Age Groups

July 19th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
  If you were trying to find new hires, how would you write the job description? What incentives does the company offer to pull in the best talent? Are there a lot of employee benefits at your company? If you answered no to that last question then you may want  Read More »

Beware of 5 Resume Mistakes That Can Spoil Your Interview

May 4th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
  Article By: Ben Karter To impress a prospective employer even before you meet him, your resume is the biggest tool in your hand. While a well-planned resume has a great impact on your prospective employer, an erroneous one is adequate enough to ruin your impression in no time. Once  Read More »