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7 Foreign Countries Luring Americans to Work Abroad During the Pandemic
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7 Foreign Countries Luring Americans to Work Abroad During the Pandemic

Work remotely – really remotely – in these appealing destinations offering special visas for American workers.
September 18, 2020
Back in School Decades Later
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Back in School Decades Later

Getting a degree or certificate in retirement or later in life can have its advantages.
September 2, 2020
Even in a Pandemic, Some Employers Are Hiring
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Even in a Pandemic, Some Employers Are Hiring

During COVID-19, you may have to use different strategies to find the job you want.
August 26, 2020
Sandwich Generation Faces Caregiving Challenges
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Sandwich Generation Faces Caregiving Challenges

The sandwich generation has it tough in the best of times. The pandemic has made it even tougher.
August 26, 2020
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Back to School, Ready or Not
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Back to School, Ready or Not

This Florida teacher’s school let families choose distance learning or in-person classes.
August 26, 2020

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Worried About Losing Your Job? Take These Steps Now
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Worried About Losing Your Job? Take These Steps Now

Get an early start to make the most of an unsettling situation. Here’s where to start.
August 7, 2020
Can Your Boss Make You Go Back to Work?
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Can Your Boss Make You Go Back to Work?

Even if you don’t have legal protections, you may be able to negotiate with your boss.
July 30, 2020
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Doug Glanville Offers Insight on Racial Divisions
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Doug Glanville Offers Insight on Racial Divisions

Doug Glanville says baseball can provide a great example of teamwork, fairness and communication for the U.S.
July 30, 2020
Timely Reasons to Buy a Vacation Home
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Timely Reasons to Buy a Vacation Home

With remote work on the rise, more people are looking for a permanent getaway.
July 30, 2020
College During COVID
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College During COVID

Students and their families must be ready to adapt to the changes in the way they attend—and possibly pay for—college.
July 30, 2020
Former Baseball Player Doug Glanville Opens Up About Race, Sports During a Pandemic, and His Transition to a New Career
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Former Baseball Player Doug Glanville Opens Up About Race, Sports During a Pandemic, and His Transition to a New Career

This ex-baseball player is using his background to bring understanding and advocate for change.
July 30, 2020
How COVID-19 Is Changing the Way Families Save for College Costs
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How COVID-19 Is Changing the Way Families Save for College Costs

CollegeFinance.com's Kevin Walker joins our Your Money's Worth podcast to discuss how the global health pandemic is impacting the way families plan a…
July 28, 2020
This Olympian Has a New Goal: Closing the Wealth Gap
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This Olympian Has a New Goal: Closing the Wealth Gap

She encourages advisers to introduce students to financial planning.
July 21, 2020
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Work-from-Home Survival Tips – Including Hacks for Handling Kids
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Work-from-Home Survival Tips – Including Hacks for Handling Kids

A team of financial professionals weighs in on what works for them personally to stay productive and sane in the era of COVID-19.
July 15, 2020
Navigating a No-Bonus Terrain
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Navigating a No-Bonus Terrain

Six tips to keep your finances on track when the bonus you usually look forward to won’t be coming this year.
July 13, 2020
Over 50 and Furloughed/Unemployed? Five Actions to Consider Now
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Over 50 and Furloughed/Unemployed? Five Actions to Consider Now

Don’t despair, but do plan for the worst.
July 9, 2020
Nursing in the Time of COVID-19
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Nursing in the Time of COVID-19

This health care professional warns that the pandemic will worsen the nursing shortage.
July 2, 2020
Class of COVID-19
Starting Out: New Grads and Young Professionals

Class of COVID-19

Recent graduates are starting their careers at a time of tremendous uncertainty, but hiring is up in several job categories.
July 2, 2020
5 Steps to Take if You’ve Lost Your Job
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5 Steps to Take if You’ve Lost Your Job

Layoffs and job losses have hit millions of Americans recently. To navigate the financial challenges, focus on these five priorities first.
July 1, 2020
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Chiropractor Trying to Get Business the Wrong Way – Illegally
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Chiropractor Trying to Get Business the Wrong Way – Illegally

A new chiropractor’s fledgling business plan to attract patients may sound reasonable at first look, but it’s actually against the law, and the same p…
June 30, 2020
How New Graduates Can Make the Most of a Terrible Job Market
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How New Graduates Can Make the Most of a Terrible Job Market

A pandemic AND a recession? The Class of 2020 can use all the help they can get, and the president of Denison University is happy to pitch in by shari…
June 25, 2020
How to Navigate Returning to the Office in the COVID-19 Era
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How to Navigate Returning to the Office in the COVID-19 Era

Askamanager.org's Alison Green joins our Your Money's Worth podcast to discuss the challenges workers face when returning to the office as local econo…
June 24, 2020
7 Ways the Pandemic Will Change College Forever
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7 Ways the Pandemic Will Change College Forever

Colleges and universities face steep budget cuts, enrollment challenges and new types of competition as a result of COVID-19. We cover the changes you…
June 19, 2020
Post-COVID-19, Seniors Must Chart a New Path in the Workplace
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Post-COVID-19, Seniors Must Chart a New Path in the Workplace

Those most vulnerable to the pandemic will face challenges in the return to work, even as the recession means they may need their paychecks more than …
June 11, 2020
Dealing with an Early, Unexpected Retirement
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Dealing with an Early, Unexpected Retirement

Current economic and health crises may be pushing many toward an unexpected retirement. Now is a good time to make a plan for yourself, just in case.
June 9, 2020