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Gen Y Money To-Dos

Gen Y Money To-Dos

 (This article was originally published in AdviceIQ and Nasdaq on April 23rd, 2015) If you’re a millennial (born between 1980 and 2000, aka Gen Y), you face financial questions besides just getting through to next payday. Here’s how to seriously plan with your money. Recent research shows the demographic wave of 75 million American millennials will surpass the number of baby boomers this year, making it the nation’s largest generation. Millennials are often described as diverse, educated and tech-savvy, with big career goals … Read entire article »

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Hiring Women is Good for Your Business

Hiring Women is Good for Your Business

Why Should You Hire Women in Your Business? As a business, who are your primary consumers? Now ask yourself, what does your workforce look like? Does it mirror those demographics? Better yet, did you know over the next decade, women will control two thirds of all consumer wealth? As the “Land of Opportunity” thriving in the 21st Century, we like to think of this country as one that is progressive, leading the pack when it comes … Read entire article »

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Raise money for your business

Raise money for your business

Crowdfunding: Startups and Growing Small Businesses, it’s Time to Get in the Game! Hey small business owners and those looking to get started, have you heard of crowdfunding? Maybe you’re asking yourselves, ‘What is crowdfunding?’ Crowdfunding is a fairly new fundraising method where monetary contributions are made by a large group of people to a cause, project or the like, usually on the Internet. Ok, so maybe your next thought is, ‘How will this work for my … Read entire article »

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Leadership and Management – Become Leader of the Best

Leadership and Management – Become Leader of the Best

Become a Leader of the Best Microsoft founder, Bill Gates once said, “The worst thing about an average employee is not the mistakes he makes.  The worst thing is that he is taking up space that could be occupied by someone phenomenal.” We couldn’t agree more with Mr. Gates. Now before you go and fire all your “average” employees, keep in mind that as their manager, you have a responsibility to be the best leader you … Read entire article »

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