A couple weeks back, I wrote an article titled "What Are You Reading?" If you didn't catch it, now would be the perfect time to click the link (It's ok. Click it now and then click the back button to come back to this one). So, you've got a few good book suggestions but allow … Continue reading What Are You Reading? Pt. 2
Our generation definitely feels like we have rights that have are unclear because so much has changed since the 1980s. So, when it comes to our private lives and what can be used against us in the hirign process, what rights do we really have? This WSJ article from this past weekend really delves into … Continue reading Should Companies Monitor Their Employees’ Social Media?
By Henry Hebeler Financial planners seem to think that retirees should plan on 3% inflation. The problem is that just a couple of years of high inflation can have a lingering effect on retirees who may be looking ahead for a number of years. Any period of high inflation can be deadly, especially for retirees. … Continue reading 3% inflation fallacy hurts retirement savers