What time do you start work and what time do you “punch out” for the day? If you’re like most Americans, your working hours probably encompass 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or something similar. In fact, most approximately three-fourths of U.S. workers start their workday in the four-hour span between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m.
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These days, so many people are struggling financially, failing to save, awash in debt and student loans, shut out from home ownership, and wondering how they’ll retire comfortably. So it’s more important than ever to identify the red flags in our financial picture, and then fix them.
In part one of this blog we covered the first 7 financial red flags to look for. Here are 7 more to identify in case you’re inadvertently sabotaging your finances, and most importantly, action ... Continue Reading →
A lot was riding on this past US presidential election. It wasn’t just the fate of the nation being decided; whether we’ll be led the next four years by Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton in the White House. It wasn’t just policy, law, the economy, peace, or liberal vs. conservative doctrines teetering in the balance. In fact, there was a lot more riding on who came out a winner as POTUS in the early morning hours of Tuesday: money.
That’s because ... Continue Reading →