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The Minimum Wage Increase Debate is Heating Up. What’s your Take (poll)?
Mon, 02/24/14 | 20 Comments
The Minimum Wage Increase Debate is Heating Up. What’s your Take (poll)?

The minimum wage increase debate is starting to heat up.
I highlighted the pros/cons of a federal minimum wage increase last year, after President Obama focused a spotlight on minimum wages in his State of the …

Choosing Part-Time
Thu, 12/12/13 | 9 Comments
Choosing Part-Time

The last two jobs my wife has been offered (and accepted) were both part-time jobs.
The first, as a landscape architect, was 4 work days (32 hours) per week.
The second, as a registered nurse, was 2 …

Dude, Where’s my Open Enrollment?
Sun, 10/27/13 | 14 Comments
Dude, Where’s my Open Enrollment?

Ahhh… open enrollment.
A joyous time of year, when the leaves start turning colors and falling, there’s a crisp cool in the air, and you get to review 401K match, health insurance, HSA, FSA and other …

Are Moving Expenses Tax Deductible?
Tue, 10/8/13 | 3 Comments
Are Moving Expenses Tax Deductible?

Reader, Kayla, writes in:
“I’m getting my first job and moving to a new location. Can I get any tax deductions for moving expenses?”
Congrats on landing your first job, Kayla – and great question.
Deducting moving …

The Top 1% and Income Inequality in the U.S.
Mon, 09/23/13 | 18 Comments
The Top 1% and Income Inequality in the U.S.

Every American should check out Emmanual Saez’s latest data crunch on income gains in the U.S., if for nothing more than to get the facts straight income inequality in our country.
10 pages of interesting data …

How to Get a Job when you have no Experience (or are Unemployed)
Wed, 09/18/13 | 6 Comments
How to Get a Job when you have no Experience (or are Unemployed)

I alluded to this in my story, but it’s something I think every upcoming or recent college graduate can benefit from so I wanted to expand on it…
Lesson #1 learned from the School of Hard …


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