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Leaving a steady job to freelance or start your own business requires proper planning

Millions of Americans are taking a step back and rethinking their work lives amid the “Great Resignation” and ongoing coronavirus…

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U.S. companies are expecting to pay an average 3.4% raise to workers in 2022

U.S. employers expect to pay an average 3.4% raise to their workers in 2022, according to a Willis Towers Watson…

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Business

Goldman Sachs Q4 profits fall as compensation costs soar

Goldman Sachs’ said its fourth-quarter profits fell by 13% from a year earlier, largely due to the bank preparing to…

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Personal Finance

Here are 4 ways to get your retirement savings plan back on track

Geber86 | E+ | Getty Images 1. Kick up your savings rate It can be tough to know how much…

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Personal Finance

Is 25% the new 20%? How much to tip in a post-pandemic world

Tips have improved during the Covid pandemic at Sugapeach Chicken & Fish Fry in North Liberty Iowa. Courtesy: Chad Simmons…

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Personal Finance

Work-from-anywhere jobs are hard to come by. These companies have them

The Dyrt co-founders Kevin Long and Sarah Smith work out of their camper van while traveling around the country. The…

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Enterprenuers

Supreme Court vaccine mandate ruling won’t bar companies from demanding Covid shots for workers — Biden vows to advocate for that

A healthcare worker prepares a syringe with the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at a pop-up vaccination site operated by SOMOS Community…

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Personal Finance

Considering a move? These are the top 10 cities for young professionals

The coronavirus pandemic has driven people to and from major cities, forced many to work from home and prompted yet…

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Personal Finance

Despite higher wages, inflation gave the average worker a 2.4% pay cut last year

A San Francisco grocery store. David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images Inflation is taking a big bite out of workers’…

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Enterprenuers

Travel is ‘roaring back’ — but the industry might not be ready for a boom

Last year wasn’t a stellar year for travelers. Perhaps that’s why so many are pinning their hopes on 2022.  Travel…

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