4 Ways to Handle Workplace Conflicts

Oct 21, 2016

Conflict is a part of everyday life. The workplace is where you have the potential to experience the most conflict, as each employee brings his/her own set of ideas, opinions and attitudes to a project or hallway conversation. If a workplace disagreement arises, how you respond goes a long way in maintaining relationships with your […]

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Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts Aren’t Just for Kids’ Expenses

Oct 13, 2016

Can I use money from my employer’s dependent care flexible spending account to pay for adult day care for my elderly mother, or is the account just for child care? The dependent-care FSA isn’t just for children. You can also use the money tax-free to cover care for other dependents while you work. To qualify, […]

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Exploring Autumn

Oct 07, 2016

Candied apples, campfires, color … October’s gifts. Explore autumn’s intoxicating sights, smells and tastes as if for the first time. What do you like to do this season? Here are some ideas to add to your own for a rich autumnal experience. Just do it before the snow flies. See the Colors Pump up your […]

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6 Keys to Creating Your Retirement Game Plan

Sep 30, 2016

The story of retirement is changing. The rules are vastly different from the days of our parents and grandparents. The normal path to retirement then included a steady pension from the employer, a stable Social Security check and maybe a little bit of savings. For most people, those days are over. Here are six keys […]

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Four Reasons to Love Cooler Weather Fitness

Sep 23, 2016

You made strides on your fitness goals this summer. You threw on your shorts and tank top and went for a run or took a brisk walk through your neighborhood or joined a group for a boot camp in the park. As cooler weather approaches, does it really need to change? Or do you need […]

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