Can Telemedicine Cut Your Health Care Costs?

Some call it "Docs in a Box," and it's already reducing health care costs dramatically. Telemedicine is new technology that lets doctors see patients via Skype-like computer programs. Millions of Americans have used telemedicine already, and up to 70 percent of doctor visits can be handled this way at a much lower cost than in-person visits. Continue reading
Ways To Achieve Better Work-Life Balance

Ways To Achieve Better Work-Life Balance

Remember playing on a seesaw when you were a kid? It isn't any fun when one child is substantially bigger than the other. Coordinating work obligations and personal time is a lot like the seesaw's teeter-totter effect. Constant stress from a never-ending workday hurts relationships, damages health and reduces your overall happiness. Finding a balance is essential if you want to keep stress at bay. Continue reading

Financial Tips After Landing a Promotion

A promotion is certainly a career event to be celebrated, but you've worked hard for your money, so treat it right. Fortunately, there are several steps to take that will help you make the most of your growing income. Continue reading

How to Protect Your Business from Cyberfraud

With so many large data hacks dominating recent headlines; it would be easy to assume that only large corporations are the targets of cybercrime. But even small business owners can fall victim. In order to protect your business and your employees' sensitive data, it's best to be proactive when it comes to preventing fraud. Developing a plan to protect data isn't difficult, but effective security... Continue reading

How to Turn Your Internship Into a Job Offer

Sometimes internships teach you exactly what you don't want to do in life, but the right internship can ignite a passion and potentially evolve into a full-time position. If you think you've found the right fit, take the necessary steps to turn a beloved internship into a dream job. Continue reading

Top Tips for Career Changes for 40-Somethings

"Hold on to what you've got." As employment advice, this is as much a relic of years past as dial telephones. It used to be that you decided on a career as a young adult, and then stuck to it valiantly no matter what. These days, young people change jobs several times in the first decade of their working lives. And mid-life workers, longing for meaningful work, often make the leap to a new career... Continue reading

Can You Do a Rollover If You Haven't Changed Jobs?

The automatic payroll deductions and matching contributions make it easy and appealing to stash cash into an employer’s retirement plan. However, once the money is in, it's not as easy to get it out if you're still working at the same company — even if you just want to roll it over into another retirement plan. The rules for moving your nest egg to greener pastures before you change jobs or... Continue reading

How to Stay Productive During Holiday Travel

Traveling during the holiday season is stressful enough. Add to that meeting a work deadline at the same time and you've got a recipe for disaster. Travel doesn't have to mean wasted work time, but it does take some preparation to stay connected, organized, powered and protected. See how to maximize your time on the jetway and beyond with these productive tips. Continue reading

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