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When young New Orleanian Chloe George was in high school at St. Martin’s Episcopal, her family took a trip to Africa. In Mombasa, Kenya, George and her sister Cassidy were moved by the community’s lack of educational resources. “I did some research and decided I wanted to build an elementary school,” said George.
An old joke goes, “It’s easy to quit smoking. I know because I’ve done it hundreds of times.” Of course, the truth underlying this joke is that it’s really, really hard to quit smoking cigarettes. It’s been said that first-time quitters suffer the same 75% relapse rate as recovering alcoholics and heroin addicts.
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Retaining a lawyer is the first course of action for homeowners who have tainted wallboard
The CEO of Entergy Louisiana and Entergy Gulf States has mastered the industry she loves
Consider this advice
Alumni donations are vital to colleges and a great way to give back to the campus community. Some simple planning can maximize the benefits for everyone.
When creating a nest egg to provide for retirement, many people underestimate a crucial retirement expense: health care.
Changing banks or even banking processes can be a serious decision for small businesses.
In order to be successful in reaching your long-term financial goals, it is best to implement a varied approach that considers both strategic asset allocation and diversification.
Business owners work hard to manage their company—overseeing operations, cultivating sales and setting longterm strategies.
Financial considerations around marriage in your retirement years
Vacation homes in the top 30 markets have risen in price by 120 percent in the past five years, nearly twice the increase for primary residences, according to Fiserv Lending Solutions.
How a term loan can help your business grow
From Vision to Reality
Investors may benefit from one thing that every kid knows: Whoever owns the ball sets the rules. When it comes to the U.S. financial system, the Federal Reserve owns the ball. Therefore it pays for investors to know the rules the Fed is imposing on the American economy.
How you can make your dream of a sabbatical a reality
Tax Planning Has No Season
With a challenging business climate and rising interest rates, business owners should consider the management of working capital a top priority.
Management for Retirement
How can you make sure your children and grandchildren get the right messages regarding responsible financial management?
For the more than 76 million individuals born in the United States between 1946 and 1964, planning ahead can become a much more challenging task as parents age and children enter college.