Wednesday, July 23, 2014
   
Business & Finance Personal Finance

Eight Must-Know Tips to Grow Your Business

Eight Must-Know Tips to Grow Your Business

As the chairman of one of the world’s largest business support organizations, I’ve encountered countless prospective entrepreneurs trying to put their ideas into action by launching a business. My experiences have given me a unique insight into what makes and breaks a business in today’s market.

Business & Finance, Personal Finance | By Berny Dohrmann

The Five Essential Personality Traits for Successful Entrepreneurs

A first-quarter survey of start-up entrepreneurs’ confidence levels found a whopping 91% were “confident” or “very confident” that their companies would become more profitable in the coming 12 months. Nearly half anticipate hiring more employees in that time, according to the April poll of nearly 2,000 CEOs by LegalZoom.

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Is Your Financial Advisor Planning with the 4 Percent Rule?

“Who has my back in retirement?” – That’s the question pre-retirees and retirees want answered when it’s all said and done, says veteran financial planner David Zolt.

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And the Winner is… Identity Theft

Someone you know – your neighbor, friend, relative, co-worker – is likely to fall prey to identity fraud this year. Maybe even you. The increasing problem of identity theft led the list of top consumer complaints once again in 2013, with U.S. consumers reporting that they lost over $1.6 billion to various types of fraud with ID theft being the top complaint, according to the Federal Trade Commission. As we see more and more major retail operations encounter data breaches, the trend of personal identity theft will only increase.

Business & Finance, Personal Finance | By Molly Valaskey

Understanding Your Investment Brain

Understanding Your Investment Brain

A recent academic study confirmed that willingness to take investment risk is affected not only by an investor’s age, but by the current economic climate. The more conservative risk tolerance associated with age might be considered rational behavior, because older investors may have less time to recover from potential losses and generally need to tap their savings sooner than younger investors.

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