A good 401(k) plan can be key to employee recruiting and retention. But how to tell a good plan from a bad one?
by: Margie Fishman | channel: Small Business Resource Center
Self-sacrifice has almost always gone hand-in-hand with American entrepreneurship and small businesses. Yet Europeans have always seemed to have taken a different route when it com
by: Glen Stansberry | channel: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center
Everyone should know the basics of asset allocation by now, or so you thought. Here's three other things you can do to help your 401k.
by: David Ning | channel: Investment, Retirement
Split the cost of your medication in half by simply doubling the dose and splitting the pills in half.
by: Paul Michael | channel: Health and Beauty
It seems ironic in this economy, and with a high unemployment rate, that anyone would want advice about getting kicked from a job. But last week a question was posed to me, and it
by: Paul Michael | channel: Career Building
Employee incentive programs are popular, if only because they are prolific. Though conventional wisdom tells us otherwise, many will argue that these programs are not just ineffect
by: Lynn Truong | channel: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center
While the current condition of the job market is debatable, no one can argue the importance of feeling secure and appreciated in your current position. Many employees will agree t
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Career and Income, Career Building
I recently found an amazing (and I don't use that word lightly) resource from Google that I think is completely under-used and seriously under-marketed. This resource is cal
by: Paul Michael | channel: Education & Training
There was a time, not that long ago, in which Americans would graduate from college, get a job, and stick with that job until retirement. For those of us who can risk a little more
by: Andrea Karim | channel: Career Building
This post technically isn't about me. It's about a friend, a lousy job situation, and soliciting feedback from our readers for a friend of mine.
Tiffany is an engineer who works for a small start-up. [more]
by: Troy Hadley | channel: Career Building, Insurance
It can be very easy to be manipulated into accepting a lower salary than you are worth. Part of this is a lack of information - it's hard to know what a job should pay. The other p
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