Family

Six Financial Lessons from Children’s Movies

April 10th, 2017

In the 1988 film “Big,” Tom Hanks’ character, a tween temporarily embodied in his 30-year-old self, is elated when he receives his first adult paycheck. He immediately goes to the bank and cashes the $187 in full, indulging in nonessentials like [...]

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Keep Your Mom and Pop Business Healthy for Generations

March 25th, 2017

Family businesses make up the predominant type of company ownership worldwide, but fewer than one-third survive into the third generation. Savvy business owners understand that they can’t force their children to take over the family enterprise. But [...]

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Pizza That Pops

February 8th, 2017

Written by Arkin Hill - Photos by Kevin Kiernan In an article from the New York Times Mobile Edition, Mark Bulik examined the paper’s first mention of pizza in the 1940s. Originally written at a time when American troops were fighting in Italy, two [...]

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Holiday Markets: Gifts, Food, Crafts, Décor and More

November 28th, 2016

By Breanna Olaveson - Photos by Kevin Kiernan The landscape of holiday shopping has changed dramatically as more and more people skip the department store in favor of convenient online shopping. But if you’re the type of person who still craves the [...]

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Webinar: Preventing Elder Fraud and Abuse

November 4th, 2016

Did you know that one out of 10 adults age 60 and up who live at home will experience elder fraud abuse? November is National Family Caregivers Month and a great time to educate yourself about how to spot the warning signs and learn the strategies for [...]

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