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Have Company Stock? Your Allocation to it Could be Too High
Wed, 06/18/14 | 6 Comments
Have Company Stock? Your Allocation to it Could be Too High

I’m fortunate to work for an employer that offers stock units to its employees. The number of units you could receive varies based on your job level and performance. Then, each year, a portion of …

What if you Could Take a Do-Over on your Career?
Mon, 03/24/14 | 23 Comments
What if you Could Take a Do-Over on your Career?

Do you ever wonder “what if” when it comes to your career choices and how fate has played out?
Looking back over my career, I would not say it has been an ideal fit to my …

Are You and Your Employer Paying Too Much for Health Insurance? Here’s How to Find Out
Wed, 03/5/14 | 18 Comments
Are You and Your Employer Paying Too Much for Health Insurance? Here’s How to Find Out

Want to know what your employer is paying for your health insurance and find out if they (and consequently you) are paying too much?
Just check out your W2, box 12, code DD. I’ll show you …

Choosing Part-Time
Thu, 12/12/13 | 10 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 …

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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