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August 24th – What’s Yours is Yours

The most powerful topic to me, which like much of what I talk about doesn’t feel like a typical, traditional business topic, is the business of you.
Newsflash: you are your own business. You are your ultimate business card. If you don’t take care of yourself and treat your life like a business, you won’t be good at any other kind. So this week we’re addressing some odds and ends: things in your life that seemingly have nothing to do with personal finance but can actually have everything to do with it.
Like making time to workout. After all, your health is your […]

It’s not all about having a rockin’ bod—although sure, that’s a great asset to have ... read more

3 Ways to Protect Your Best Business Asset: Your Health!

Just because you’re sharing your life with your sig-o doesn’t mean you have to share ... read more

Yours, Mine, and Ours—Oh My! How Many Accounts Should You Have, Anyway?

I used to think that if you wanted a prenup (short for “prenuptial agreement”) then ... read more

We Want Prenup, We Want Prenup! (But What the Heck is it, Anyway?!)

I'm all about hustling your buns off all day at work, but when you leave ... read more

7 Weird Ways to Unwind After Work

Both a 401(k) and an IRA are great retirement vehicles, but here’s the deal: there's ... read more
Young woman is dreaming about vacation

What the Heck is the Difference Between a 401(k) and an IRA, Anyway??

As your relationship gets more serious, I’m all about having The Talk to make sure ... read more
Young Couple Making Pizza In Kitchen Together

What His Dating Style Says About His Money


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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Marie Claire
USA Today