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Author: Elaine Lacy

How Family Business Owners Should Bring the Next Generation into the Company

Men working How Family Business Owners Should Bring the Next Generation into the Company

Written by Sam Bruehl & Rob Lachenauer “Go find your passion,’’ Henry directed his children when they reached their late teens and early twenties. “Find your interests outside our family business and pursue them.’’ As inspiring as those words may have been, Henry, the patriarch […]

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How small business owners can take advantage of the new tax law before it’s too late

Open sign How small business owners can take advantage of the new tax law before it’s too late

Written by Bill Bischof First-year bonus depreciation has been around for a few years, but the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) installed much more generous (but temporary) bonus depreciation rules. Here’s what small business owners need to know to cash in on the new […]

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Millennial women may be on a collision course with financial disaster

young women Millennial women may be on a collision course with financial disaster

Written by Jill Corfield Millennial women seriously lag men in their financial aspirations, compared with data from the same study two years ago. The reasons for this gulf include social media, career goals and family priorities. This financial gap could mean women are setting themselves […]

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Smart Financial Planning Strategies to Borrow from Women and Millennials

Young women Smart Financial Planning Strategies to Borrow from Women and Millennials

Author Jean Chatzky We have so much to learn — but so did they. Here’s what they’re doing right. Lately the headlines in personal finance have been pretty bleak — the average 2017 graduate has nearly $40,000 in student loans, millennial homeownership is down, and 39 percent […]

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How Much Money Do You Really Need to Retire?

Financial planning tips How Much Money Do You Really Need to Retire?

Consider this your financial planning cheat sheet. Author Marianne Hayes Are you on track for retirement? Before you try to answer that question, consider this: The average 65- to 74-year-old, it turns out, spends close to $49,000 a year. If you’re wondering if your nest […]

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