If you’re considering pivoting to self-employment, don’t let uncertainties over things like retirement planning and a vision plan stop you from pursuing your dreams. Here’s how I’ve been able to affordably craft my own benefits.
In a recent #SoMoney conversation with Harvard professor Daniel Shapiro, author of the new book, “Negotiating the Nonnegotiable,” we learn why pretending to be the person on the receiving end of your request for more money (or a promotion) is the single most powerful step we can take to master the art of negotiation.
The editors at Business Insider gave me one of the toughest assignments to date: boil down your best financial advice into 9 tips.
Very excited to debut my inaugural Top Hits podcast featuring some of my most popular interviews. This week also marks a huge milestone; So Money surpassed 500k hits!
“I’ve had a scarcity complex – always worried I’m about to go broke.” – James Altucher
You hear that sound? That’s me raising the roof. So Money, my new daily 30-minute podcast, is officially up and running with multiple episodes including interviews with #1 life and business strategist Tony Robbins, NBC Today Show financial editor Jean Chatzky and serial entrepreneur and bestselling author James Altucher!
Managers, get ready: By 2030, Millennials will make up 75% of the workforce, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Play to their needs and your business may also be able to boost retention.
Four months into parenthood and I’m experiencing the Baby Effect. I’m not talking about the loss of sleep.
For this week’s Financially Fit video I sat down with the wife, mom (to three young children, baby Vivienne just 8 weeks old!), and maternity fashion designer and star of Bravo’s Pregnant in Heels for her take on managing life and money.