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The following is a guest post from Randy Becker, a retirement planning professional and owner of the Becker Retirement Group in Bellevue, Washington. He has 30 years of experience in the insurance industry and holds a degree in personal financial planning from Metropolitan State College of Denver. Can you imagine going on an extended vacation without making… Read Article →

This post was originally published in October 2015. Anyone that has read my book, RENDEZVOUS WITH RETIREMENT: A Guide to Getting Fiscally Fit, or has been reading this blog for a while knows that I have reservations about utilizing financial advisors (planners). In fact, I believe most people are better off educating themselves with respect… Read Article →

I have conversations with connections on social media and friends daily about work. In many of the discussions work is simply a synonym for money. It doesn’t make a difference if our work environment is in our home, a downtown office building, factory, retail store, indoors or outside, whether our dress is professional or casual,… Read Article →

By Jesse Eisinger, ProPublica Wells Fargo, the largest mortgage lender in the country, portrays itself as a stalwart bank that puts customers first. That reputation shattered in September, when it was fined $185 million for illegally opening as many as 2 million deposit and credit-card accounts without customers’ knowledge. Now four former Wells Fargo employees… Read Article →

The following is a contributed post from Jenna, a freelance blogger who is mainly focused on business innovation. Many people stick to their corporate jobs, believing that entrepreneurship is only for the few, the lucky, and the brave. Although they’re miserable, often working too many hours, putting up with bad bosses, irrational corporate policies, and… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Susan Covell Alpert, author of Later is Too Late: Hard Conversations That Can’t Wait. She is a lecturer, consultant, entrepreneur and frequent guest on national radio and television shows. She holds a master’s degree in psychology and education, has been the owner of several multi-million dollar companies and… Read Article →

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