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February 16th – Having “The Talk”

Unless you were hiding under a rock (or in a snowbank, as it were) you know that it was Valentine’s Day on Saturday. Yep, the deluge of flowers, cards, and candy hearts is pretty tough to miss. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all about L-O-V-E—but what I really wish people were doing this time of year was having those real conversations to ensure that love lasts a lifetime. And, like it or not, those “real” conversations come back again and again to…money.

Arguments over money are the #1 cause of divorce—before […]

Arguments over money are the #1 cause of divorce, before cheating, empty nesting, you name ... read more
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The Talk: When, Where, and How to Have this Essential Money Conversation

In 2011, I took a big risk: I left CNBC, a major network with all ... read more
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3 Secrets of the Self-Employed

Men are four times as likely to ask for a raise than their female coworkers—even ... read more
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A Woman’s Guide to Getting a Raise

It doesn’t take an MBA to know that “savvy” and “schmoozy” are not the same ... read more
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Networking Tips You Won’t Learn in B-School

It’s an easy thing to do: blow your entire month’s budget on holiday shopping, festive ... read more
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How To: Recover from a Spending Hangover

When I was starting out in local news in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, there was ... read more
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How To: Make People Think You’re a Bigger Deal Than You Actually Are

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Public Company

In short, a company that anyone can buy into. This company has already had its “coming out” party by joining the stock market via an initial public offering (IPO). The biggest advantage to “going public” is the ability to sell stock (which can make the company, its employees, and its shareholders a lot of money). But the downside is that it opens the door to increased regulations and less control for the company’s founders and majority owners.

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