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Can a Potential Employee Negotiate Conditions of Criticism?
Labor lawyer weighs in on whether job candidate with traumatizing childhood can request that prospective boss curb his management style to avoid triggering her.
A Doctor Invests in His Community
Dr. Jorge Cavero runs a clinic for underserved Latino neighborhoods and funds med school scholarships.
How to Pay Your International Freelancers
Staying compliant while minimizing fees means planning ahead. Options include fintech solutions, PayPal, wire transfers and good old money orders.
By Justin Grossbard • Published
5 Steps to Turn Your Side Hustle into a Business
A smooth and successful transition to a viable small business starts with some basics.
By Stephen B. Dunbar III, JD, CLU • Published
Blendid’s Automated Smoothie Kiosks Are a $300B Game Changer
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25 Best College Majors for a Lucrative Career
college One way to increase your chances of earning a good living is to pick a college major that prepares you to work in a field that pays well. Here are some of the best options and how you might expect to fare.
By Stacy Rapacon • Last updated
3 Top Challenges Female Entrepreneurs Face When Starting a Small Business
Inherent biases make it harder for women to get funding than men, and many women start later in life and juggle family commitments.
By Ali Swart, CFP®, MBA • Published
Is Relief from Shipping Woes Finally in Sight?
business After years of supply chain snags, freight shipping is finally returning to something more like normal.
By David Payne • Published
Succession Plans for Farmers (Whether Your Kids Want the Farm or Not)
small business Legacy planning for farmers comes with some interesting challenges and opportunities.
By Brian Evans, CPA, PFS • Published
Buckle Up: What the Inflation Reduction Act Means for Your Small Business
small business Your cost of doing business could be going up for two main reasons. Prepare now with these five tips.
By Bruce Willey, JD, CPA • Published
Selling Your Construction Business to Employees or Family? Here Are 5 Tips for Success!
small business Even though you’ve already identified a great buyer for your business – and it’s someone you know and trust – you still have some work to do to make this transition go smoothly.
By Christopher C. Giambrone, CFP®, AIF® • Published