How to Choose a REALTOR When Selling Your Home

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Most people only sell their home a few times in their life, so choosing the right agent is a serious concern. Naturally, you want a talented agent so you get the best home that doesn’t have any hidden issues all at a price within your budget.  An agent who fails to negotiate properly on your behalf can be costly and affect the potential income recognized from the sale of your home.   Continue reading “How to Choose a REALTOR When Selling Your Home”

10 Things to Know About Starting an Online Business

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Imagine working from anywhere in the world, any time you like, with just a laptop. Sounds wonderful, right? That’s life as an online business owner. Continue reading “10 Things to Know About Starting an Online Business”

Locally Grown and Locally Owned spotlight: Maletta Pfeiffer and Associates, Torrington Physical Therapy

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You know you have a great client when you don’t mind taking a phone call from them while you are on vacation and the owner’s mom has you on speed dial!  I’ve been working with Dan Albanese and his team since 2012 and they are such a pleasure to do business with.  Continue reading “Locally Grown and Locally Owned spotlight: Maletta Pfeiffer and Associates, Torrington Physical Therapy”

Sell or Renovate…or Both?

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If you’ve owned a home for a few years, you’ve probably had this thought: “Should I spend the money on my dream kitchen, or just buy a new house?” Continue reading “Sell or Renovate…or Both?”

Giving Your Kids Some Financial Smarts — The Rule of Thirds

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As a parent, there are a thousand things you need to do for your kids. From making sure they’re looked after properly, to giving them love and providing them with good life skills, there’s always something else. Continue reading “Giving Your Kids Some Financial Smarts — The Rule of Thirds”

Moving Beyond Bricks and Mortar — How to Attract and Retain a Virtual Workforce

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Technology – it makes us faster, more efficient and at times can drive us crazy!  When it comes to your team and work culture, technology has enabled us to grow remotely.   We’re no longer tied to a particular location or a specific device. We can work from anywhere, at any time, in any way that lets us meet our job requirements. If you’re an employer, have you considered having a remote workforce? Continue reading “Moving Beyond Bricks and Mortar — How to Attract and Retain a Virtual Workforce”

Want to Manage Your Finances More Easily? There’s an App for That

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Staying on top of your finances is the best way to make your money go further. For the financially savvy consumer, it’s vital to have insight and power over your finances. Managing your money doesn’t have to be difficult when there are apps dedicated to giving you the information you need to make better financial choices. Continue reading “Want to Manage Your Finances More Easily? There’s an App for That”

The End of the Cubicle?

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The modern workplace is changing, and it’s to the benefit of everyone. Employers know their competitive advantage is driven most by the quality of their employees, so they want to attract and keep top talent.  In addition to changes in culture and flexible working arrangements the actual footprints of offices are beginning to change – the open floor plan and communal think tank environments.  Is it the end of the cubicle? Continue reading “The End of the Cubicle?”

Why College Isn’t Too Soon to Start Planning for Retirement

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Kids think they’re going to live forever. When you’re 19 and at college, the idea of retiring seems like a distant event that will never happen. But, as anyone who is older knows, those years can go by fast, and when they do, you need to be prepared. Continue reading “Why College Isn’t Too Soon to Start Planning for Retirement”