Financial Commitment: Talking About Money in Your Relationship

Talking about finances can be a bit challenging. Adding a relationship into that conversation can make the conversation feel even more stressful. However, with some open and honest conversations, finances and relationships can blend together much more easily. From spending

Throwback: Finance & Romance

This Thursday brings one of those holidays people either love or hate: Valentine’s Day. For those of us who enthusiastically celebrate the holiday, it’s easy to get caught up in the red roses, boxes of chocolates, and romantic dinners and

Making the Decision to Purchase a Home: Townhouses vs. Single Family Homes

Deciding to purchase a home is probably one of the biggest financial decisions you make. Not only must the home be affordable, there is a lengthy process involved. On top of the home buying process, some home buyers are overwhelmed

Five Tax Terms You Need To Know

It’s about that time of year again: tax season. If you typically get a refund this can be a great time of year, and you may look forward to it! For others tax time brings anxiety, frustration, and a big

Micromanagement Is a Morale Killer

As Monty Python would say, “And now for something completely different!” This week Cesar will be talking about micromanagement and its consequences for morale and productivity. The Micromanaging Supervisor In a previous life I had a supervisor, “Donna”, who needed

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