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There has been an abundance of reporting which suggests a number of entrepreneurs and technologists in Silicon Valley are giving serious thought to ideas like universal basic income as a way to mitigate the adverse effects of technological innovation and transformation. There is widespread belief that technology will continue to upend careers and there is a high… Read Article →

The Integrity Advantage: Step into Your Truth, Love Your Life, and Claim Your Magnificence Hardcover: 186 pages Publisher: Sounds True (2017) Author Kelley Kosow is an author, motivational speaker, and the Chief Executive Officer of the highly acclaimed Ford Institute. She is a graduate of Brown University and the University of Miami Law School and was… Read Article →

In this guest post, Riverfall Financial takes a look at inheritance tax and offers advice and food for thought in protecting your wealth for future generations. “Inheritance Tax is a voluntary levy paid by those who distrust their heirs more than they dislike the Inland Revenue.” This famous quote from the late Roy Jenkins MP is… Read Article →

Are you middle class? Where you live and how much you make are significant factors. Along with geographic location and household income, a family’s ‘class’ can also be defined by net worth, education and occupation. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady | J. Scott Applewhite/AP The definition of middle class has been a… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Jack Teboda, president and founder of Teboda & Associates. Jack has more than 35 years experience helping people pursue financial independence through personalized investment strategies. His firm takes a team approach to providing advice to clients on retirement concerns and other financial planning issues.  Americans are Living Longer… Read Article →

A recent ProPublica story detailed how the city’s poor black residents are steered into bankruptcy plans they are doomed to fail. Two City Council members are looking at a series of solutions to address the underlying problems. Novasha Miller, a lifelong resident of Whitehaven, a neighborhood in Memphis, filed Chapter 13 bankruptcy after debt collectors… Read Article →

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