What a Temporary Worker in California Should Know

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Today’s guest post comes from Frank Feldman, the PR Media Manager at Stephen Danz & Associates. Thank you for your submission. Any questions can be directed to the firm by following their link above. Businesses in California and all through the United States, hire hundreds and thousands of temporary workers every year. After all, temporary …

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50 Hour Work Weeks? Not Even Close to Worth it.

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How many of you work in a corporate office that has a culture where getting ahead requires “playing the game” You know what I’m talking about right? Keeping up appearances. Showing up early. Working late. Regardless of the actual amount of work done, you need to put in the time, be there, and appear busy. …

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Stock Market “experts” are full of it

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Any time there are big market moves in the stock market, the talking heads come out and always confidently proclaim things as if they have a crystal ball. The recent stock market dip that happened on December 24th, 2018 brought them out as usual. “This isn’t the bottom. There’s another 10 to 15 percent left …

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The secret to happiness

I’d like to share what I think is an important secret to happiness. Perhaps it was a bit of hyperbole to call it “THE Secret of Happiness” but it sounds a bit better than “A Secret To Happiness.” There’s nothing worse than someone hawking a secret to happiness and then giving a vague answer that …

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Investing fees are obsolete

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I remember when I started investing around 1996 or so. At the time I believe you could pay around $40 in commissions for a transaction with companies like Fidelity. But online brokers were coming into the game to change things forever. If memory serves me right, my first transactions had transaction fees around $19.95 per …

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