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Advice |  7 ways a recession could be good for you financially

Advice | 7 ways a recession could be good for you financially

In his first inaugural address in March 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt said, “Then, first, let me state my firm belief that the only thing we need fear is fear itself. It was the Great Depression. The unemployment rate was over 25%. An estimated 12 million people were unemployed, about a quarter of the civilian …

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3 Entrepreneurs Who Raised Millions With Their Best Job Advice: "Careers Are Like Cobwebs"

3 Entrepreneurs Who Raised Millions With Their Best Job Advice: “Careers Are Like Cobwebs”

As deliberations about the strength of the economy persist, Americans continue to quit their jobs in search of better opportunities. More than 4 million people quit in July, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Their reasons vary ― some leave due to low pay, for example, others due to lack of career advancement. Millions …

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Entrepreneurs seek advice and connections during Twin Cities Startup Week

Entrepreneurs seek advice and connections during Twin Cities Startup Week

Each year, Beta hosts Twin Cities Startup Week, an annual week-long series of seminars, discussions, demos and networking events designed to continue to grow the region’s startup ecosystem. This week, thousands of entrepreneurs, investors, academics and business leaders will attend events in the Twin Cities designed to help them grow and fund their businesses, change …

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Advice |  Leave adult children to fend for themselves?  It's outdated in today's economy.

Advice | Leave adult children to fend for themselves? It’s outdated in today’s economy.

The classic advice to parents is to sever the financial relationship with their young adult children as soon as they can. We are told to push them to fend for themselves financially or risk raising irresponsible adults – living lazily in their nursery or basement – unable to manage their money. But that advice is …

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