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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.
Entrepreneurs, 3 More To-Dos Before Year End 2021!
entrepreneurship To keep your business sharp and on track into 2022, take a second to check off these three often-overlooked to-do items.
Sell Your Business the Right Way (Don’t Make These Mistakes)
entrepreneurship Exit planning is just what it sounds like: planning. Go into a potential sale of your business prepared, and with a team to help you, and you could walk away in a much better position.
By H. Dennis Beaver, Esq. • Published
For Entrepreneurs, Confidence in Your Advisers Is Your Most Important Investment
entrepreneurship When your business and estate are at stake, can you really count on the people who are helping you? Trust in your team starts with asking the right questions.
By Timothy Barrett, Trust Counsel • Published
The Biden Tax Plan: How the Build Back Better Act Could Affect Your Tax Bill
Politics Depending on your income, the Build Back Better Act recently passed by the House could boost or cut your future tax bills.
By Rocky Mengle • Last updated
How to Hire People with Disabilities (and Why It’s Smart!)
small business America’s post-pandemic recovery offers a unique opportunity for employers to create an inclusive workplace.
By Diane M. Winiarski, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Certified Disability Management Specialist • Published
Can a Divorced Couple Keep a Business Afloat?
small business Ending your marriage usually means ending your relationship with your spouse. But what if you’re still business partners? Here’s what you need to know about running a business with your ex.
By Brent Kaspar, CPA, Esq. • Published
Airbnb Host Tells What It's Like
Business Costs & Regulation This Denver pharmacist began booking her ski condo a few months after the pandemic hit.
By Emma Patch • Published
The Joy of Owning a Business in Retirement
entrepreneurship Golf and lazy days at the beach aren’t for everyone. In fact, some “retirees” get a kick out of challenging themselves as encore entrepreneurs. It can be engaging, fulfilling and lucrative all at the same time.
By Jacob Schroeder, Manager of Investor Education • Published
You’ve Just Sold Your Business for Millions. Now What?
small business Financial and life decisions often become more complex – not less – after selling. Here are ways to maximize your profits from the sale while enjoying retirement.
By Jason R. Cross, CFP®, CTFA • Published
Business Cost Outlooks for 2022: Eight Key Sectors
Economic Forecasts What’s in store for all sorts of business costs in 2022?
By The Kiplinger Washington Editors • Published