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SUPERHUBS: How the Financial Elite & Their Networks Rule Our World Paperback: 227 pages Publisher: Nicholas Brealey (2017) Illuminating and frightening; the words that came to mind as I worked my way through the new book by Sandra Navidi, the Founder and CEO of BeyondGlobal, a consulting firm, where she renders macroeconomic and strategic positioning advice. SuperHubs provides a rare,… Read Article →

By Peter Gosselin, ProPublica For the past half century, federal law has banned employers from discriminating against people based on their age. But since the early 1990s, corporate lawyers and conservative judges have sought to shrink what counts as discrimination, making it substantially harder to prove age bias. Now, a case possibly headed for the Supreme… Read Article →

By Annie Waldman, ProPublica Until June 2016, Taylor Hansen lobbied for the largest trade group of for-profit colleges. At the forefront of its agenda: eliminating a rule known as “gainful employment,” which can take away federal funding from for-profit colleges if their graduates fail to earn enough to repay student loans. Last week, that goal started to… Read Article →

I wanted to honor veterans by highlighting resources, financial and otherwise, that might be beneficial to those who have served. I believe the best place to start is with the United States Department of Veterans Affairs website. As noted in their Mission Statement, the purpose of the Veterans Administration is to fulfill President Lincoln’s promise “To… Read Article →

Climbing the Retirement Mountain: And Getting Down the Other Side Paperback: 138 pages Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2017) Andrew Rafal is Founder and President of Bayntree wealth Advisors. His co-author, Calvin Goetz, is Co-founder and Partner at Strategy Financial Group. In the book’s preface they note the book’s objective is to share with readers the ideas and… Read Article →

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