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6 Medicare Pitfalls to Avoid

Medicare enrollment and plan selection are critical decisions with significant financial implications. Unfortunately, many enrollees make common mistakes, such as not reviewing coverage annually, misunderstanding plan details, and failing to consider changing healthcare needs. These errors can result in gaps in coverage or unnecessary expenses. Approaching Medicare decisions carefully and getting professional guidance is essential to ensure optimal coverage and financial security. 1. Assuming inability...

Safeguard Your Business from Common Social Media Risks

Since the early 2000s, social media has grown from a trend in which only college kids participated into a vital communication channel for society. Today, social media is essential for small businesses to connect with customers and promote their brands. However, social media has risks such as negative reviews, data breaches, or damage to business reputation. Safeguard your business by implementing clear social media policies,...

Honoring Juneteenth: A Look Back & A Step Forward

On June 17, 2021, President Biden signed into law a bill that officially recognizes Juneteenth as a federal holiday. Juneteenth is a day of great historical significance in the United States as it marks the end of slavery. The commemoration of this day should encourage us to reflect on the past and strive for a future where equality and fairness prevail, and all forms of...

5 Family-Friendly Home Projects to Start This Father’s Day

National Homeownership Month celebrates the dream of owning a home, highlighting its significance in achieving financial stability and building communities. It’s a time to recognize the value of homeownership and promote initiatives that support aspiring homeowners. Father’s Day coincides nicely with National Homeownership Month, offering an opportunity for families to bond over home improvement projects. Making updates to the home fosters quality family time and...

What Happens If I Leave My Company Before Becoming Fully Vested?

Vesting is a process through which employees gradually earn ownership of benefits provided by their employer, such as retirement savings through 401(k) plans or stock options. This process is vital to retaining and motivating employees, as it rewards their long-term service and encourages loyalty and commitment. Vesting opportunities attract top talent and foster employee engagement and dedication, ultimately contributing to the company’s success and stability....