Coming to Boston to speak at the 2010 Diva Toolbox Conference for Women in Business and thinking about the delicious seafood I’ll be eating made me think of the crabs in a bucket expression. What the heck do crabs in a bucket have to do with personal finance you ask? If you’ve ever been to the shore Read More
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Here’s an interesting tidbit: When the markets declined in 2000, 2001, and 2002 the most common lawsuits against employers were claims about the lack of education on 401(k) plans. A number of companies will now have a finance professional come in to educate staff members on their 401(k) money. From an HR perspective, this can be an added benefit you offer your employees.
If you are a business owner, like me, you want to make sure you are protecting the assets of your business. Make sure you have a great team of advocates in place to coach you on how to protect your business and personal assets that you have worked hard for. I call this strategy “Positioning Yourself to Be Lucky”. An attorney that I admire Alexis Martin Neely contributed to an article for Women Entrepreneur that is helpful from perspective that you don’t always get. She is an attorney, entrepreneur, and successful business owner. Here is a link to the article…http://www.womenentrepreneur.com/2010/07/keep-more-of-what-youve-earned.html
Instead of writting a blog post on this topic, I thought I would link to it http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704904604575262712612181000.html?mod=WSJ_PersonalFinance_PF4
Moshe A.Milevski who wrote this article puts a very different perspective on an otherwise daunting subject.
I hope you enjoy the article and have a fantastic day!