In today’s world you business may face active shooter situations, intruders, armed criminals or disgruntled employees. These all represent, unfortunately, real threats to workplace security at businesses everywhere on a day-to-day basis. We’ve all watched the rise of mass shooters. And consider the terror and pain they inflict on the communities they strike. These can
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Democratic presidential hopefuls in partnership with Univision at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas on September 12, 2019. Frederic J. Brown | AFP | Getty Images Student loan borrowers have reason to pay close attention to the 2020 presidential campaign. Many of the Democratic presidential candidates have detailed plans to address what increasingly is called
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Stock exchange collectibles. Old stock share certificates from 1950s-1970s (United States). Vintage scripophily objects (obsolete). Getty So, as it turns out, Elizabeth Warren’s Social Security expansion proposal is not the only one of her plans to affect Americans’ retirement well-being. But the proposal of hers which will affect Americans’ retirement savings, in their 401(k)s and
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer raised concerns Friday about a major part of the U.S. economy. The “Mad Money” host said he’s feeling a new level of “anxiety about industrial” companies. “Small- and medium-sized businesses [are] doing well; big industrial just not doing well.” Smaller companies are faring OK because U.S. consumer activity, which accounts for two-thirds
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An interview with billionaire Private Equity titian and co-founder of The Carlyle Group, David Rubenstein. In this interview, David discusses how the Private Equity industry works and creating The Carlyle Group. David also talks about what makes a great CEO, Venture Capital and Donald Trump. ?Books recommended by David Rubenstein are located at the bottom
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Who’s serving who?  Technology is here to serve you, but when you find yourself checking your phone for notifications or if you’re responding to team emergencies while at dinner or a concert — then you are serving technology.  And that, says Dan Schawbel, isn’t making you the leader you need to be. There are enough
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Businesses that failed to file employment tax returns got away with billions of dollars in unpaid taxes because the Internal Revenue Service was forced to redirect its staff to other priorities, according to a new report. The report, from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, examined the IRS’s ability to assess tax liabilities against
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Democratic presidential candidate and Colorado Senator Michael Bennet wants to expand the maximum Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) for childless workers from $529 to $3,000 in order to increase disposable income. The EITC is a refundable tax credit equal to a fixed percentage of earned income up to the maximum credit amount. Tax credits provide
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Retirement planning strategies change throughout our careers. While not on the cusp of retirement, as many Baby Boomers are, members of Generation-X are farther along in their career journeys than Millennials and younger generations. With less time to build their nest eggs, Gen-Xers need to pursue different strategies than workers just starting out or those
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