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5 Ways Small Business Owners can Leverage Social Media to Grow

By Staff Curator / May 17, 2017

5 Ways Small Business Owners can Leverage Social Media to Grow From Tom and Myspace in 2003 to Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook in 2004, social media has become part of the fabric of society. Almost a decade and a half later, the list of social media networks continues to grow, making it harder to compete […]

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Don't Mistake an Investment Portfolio for a Retirement Strategy

By Staff Curator / April 17, 2017

Don't Mistake an Investment Portfolio for a Retirement Strategy Saving and investing is the easy part of the retirement equation. Preserving your assets through volatile markets while drawing an income off them takes a real plan. Remember when you were young and “retirement strategies” meant dreaming about which activity you’d try first — golf or […]

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Conservative Investors Have Reason to Cheer

By Staff Curator / April 17, 2017

Conservative Investors Have Reason to Cheer For years they’ve been plagued by near-zero interest rates forcing them to look for gains in riskier places. Now that’s changing. Low interest rates have hit conservative investors hard, especially pre-retirees and retirees. The name of the game in retirement is income. However, with interest rates hovering around zero […]

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How Retailers Track Customers Online and Offline

By Staff Curator / April 17, 2017

How Retailers Track Customers Online and Offline When stores track your shopping, you get discounts and they get your personal info. By Lisa Gerstner, Contributing Editor From Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, May 2017 Kiplinger’s spoke with Joseph Turow (pictured above), a professor of communication at the University of Pennsylvania and author of “The Aisles Have Eyes: […]

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Millennial Parents Face the Reality of Baby Costs

By Staff Curator / April 17, 2017

Millennial Parents Face the Reality of Baby Costs Millennials make up most of today’s new parents and parents-to-be. Having come of age during the Great Recession and holding more student debt than any previous generation, 18- to 34-year-olds face a unique set of challenges when paying for the first year of parenthood. Members of the […]

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The 3 Types Of Life-Changing Crisis That Make You Wish You Had Some Gold

By Staff Curator / April 17, 2017

The 3 Types Of Life-Changing Crisis That Make You Wish You Had Some Gold On November 8, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to the airwaves to declare that Rs500 and Rs1,000 banknotes—which made up 86% of the currency in circulation—would be invalid effective from midnight. While the policy created chaos at banks, the real […]

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The Sales Are Coming… Except They Aren't

By Staff Curator / April 17, 2017

The Sales Are Coming… Except They Aren't It happened again. Last month, sales fell short of your company’s target. “We did everything we could,” your sales manager assured you. “Just a dip. The sales are coming.” Except this month it’s the same story. You’re a CEO; you understand business can fluctuate. But top companies focus […]

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