March 8, 2021

Day: March 8, 2021

To thrive in the world of money management, women may need to go it alone

I never wanted or expected to run an investment management business. 

What I wanted was to manage my equity income strategy in the way that I knew it should be managed – employing a diligent research process to generate significant, dependable dividend income and to control for risk by investing in a diversified portfolio of cash-flow oriented stocks.

I also wanted my work to reflect my belief that clients deserve the opportunity to define their own objectives, to understand their investments, and to know their portfolio manager. 

Whether they have a question or just want to talk, they can pick

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7 quick tips to save money on your gas, electric and water bills right now


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The average family spends about $126.65 per month on their electric bill. That adds up to more than $1,500 per year. And when money is tight, reducing your electricity bill is one of the quickest ways to save each month. But if you’re like many people, you’re not sure how to do that. After all, we all have to use electricity, right? We’ve rounded up a few of the best free ways to reduce energy consumption and save money on your electric bill right now (as well as a couple of bonus tips to save on gas and

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Shining a light on trauma: local woman turns personal experience into power

This International Women’s Day, 10TV is celebrating the achievements of women right here in central Ohio.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — This International Women’s Day, 10TV is celebrating the achievements of women right here in central Ohio.

Michelle Aaraichi is one of those women.

In her lifetime, Aaraichi, formerly Michelle Wells, faced more than 40 years of abuse, both childhood and spousal.

After breaking the cycle, Aaraichi explained to 10TV that she struggled with where to go from there, finding that so much of what is documented about trauma survivors focuses on the abuse and not what happens beyond that.

“If I

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Breaking the mold; How one Duluth business owner is paving her own way to success

DULUTH, MN– Owning a small business can be overwhelming at times, but for one Duluth woman, overcoming challenges has been the key to her success.

Dani Lindberg has always broken the mold.

Her studio, Dani Does Brows, sits in the Kenwood neighborhood of Duluth.

She first opened in 2017. Now, four years later and appointments for services like an eyebrow wax fill up fast.

Looking back, Lindberg never thought owning a business was in her future.

“I always thought I was going to work for someone else my entire life. Through the four

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COVID-19: Business owners share how they’ll respond to Texas’ face mask mandate lift

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Many people are trying to decide what they’ll do next Wednesday when the state’s mask mandate gets lifted.

Some leaders and health professionals across the city said it’s still too soon, and one bar owner said lifting the order puts an unfair pressure on local businesses.

National businesses have already taken a stance in Texas, saying they will continue their corporate policy of requiring a mask for employees and customers.

The owner of Marquis II, a longtime staple in West University, said he’s frustrated because making a decision one way or the other could have big

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Finance Chiefs Look to Price Increases to Offset Higher Commodities Costs

Consumers could expect to see prices on goods from mattresses to storage containers increase as finance chiefs try to offset higher costs for raw materials.

Companies across a range of industries are grappling with higher prices for commodities such as lumber and steel, which are rising in response to greater demand from consumers who are spending more money for appliances, cars or to remodel their homes. Freight and shipping costs also have increased due to surging online orders and shortages in shipping containers.

Costs for some petrochemicals, which are used for consumer goods such as medical equipment and mattress foam,

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