April 26, 2021

strategies

5 Strategies to Teach Kids Financial Independence

It’s been said that every crisis has a silver lining. For many, today’s challenging environment presents a unique opportunity to get creative in how we teach the next generation about wealth and the strategies to manage it.

Just as you work hard to secure your own financial future and legacy, it’s also important to ensure that your loved ones can navigate their own financial independence. In my career, I have used quite a few tactics to help prepare the next generation, and I have found the following five strategies to be most effective. But before digging into each strategy, let’s

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5 Strategies for Business Success — No Luck Required

Don’t leave it to luck this St. Patrick’s Day. Stack the odds in your favor with these ideas to make your business evergreen.

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We are all looking for a bit of luck on St. Patrick’s Day — this year more than ever. Most of us have been working from home for a full year. Some of us are feeling burnt-out

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4 strategies saved my businesses during COVID-19

Tykia Stokes had an entrepreneur mindset before she knew what she wanted to do.

At 34, the Detroiter is already in her 10th year of business selling women’s clothes and accessories as the owner of Karismas Kloset, which is located on Detroit’s Avenue of Fashion at 19458 Livernois. There also is a hair salon in the back of the store. 

Like many businesses on the Avenue, the store has gone through tough times because of streetscape improvement construction on Livernois that started in April 2019 and lasted for nine months. Then the pandemic shut the doors when coronavirus first hit

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Five strategies for post-pandemic small business success in Ogden | Business

The challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic hardships in Ogden can make last year a difficult year to look back on. Nearly half of small business owners surveyed in the last Wells Fargo Small Business Index reported decreases in revenues, while the prospect of closing their business was most frequently ranked as the top concern. Nonetheless, even the most challenging times in Utah can yield opportunities for the future.

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Nearly one third (29%) of businesses planned to start using a website last year. Luckily for those that followed through on that plan, having a strong

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