Tag Archives: benefits

Walk Away

No on has time for things that aren’t working, personally or professionally. This isn’t running away from a challenge, but recognize when its not going to benefit anyone. Save this time to work on things that are working in your … Continue reading

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Why Would Anyone Rent to Own?

The title of the article caught my eye Why Would Anyone Rent to Own? My quick witted smart ass answer was “So poor people can stay poor and impoverished, and because we now live in an instant society where individuals … Continue reading

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Healthcare

Think about your potential health care needs in the next year: Are significant expenses coming? If so, it may make sense to select a plan with a lower deductible and a lower out-of-pocket maximum,. But if you’re healthy, you might … Continue reading

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Paid Leave

 How much paid leave do members of congress give their own staffs? There’s no across-the-board policy in Congress for paid leave- how much is up to each member- so Marie Claire asked all 100 senators what they provide. Thirty-one replied:27 … Continue reading

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Paid Parental Leave Policy

What does a good paid- leave policy look like? It needs to be at least three months, include protection to make sure that your job is there for you when you return, and cover 100 percent of your income (many … Continue reading

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