Daily Archives : July 1, 2018

The Importance of Planning Ahead

Deb Pajak didn’t set out to become a certified financial planner, but she did always have “a desire to help people,” she said. A graduate of Penn State with a degree in counseling and social work, her initial career was…

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Advice for Businesses in Light of the #MeToo Movement

The past six months or so have seen a dramatic uptick in the visibility of sexual harassment cases in the workplace. This comes partially as a response to the solidarity women have felt thanks to a hashtag encouraging people to…

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Be Well Advised When Executing Employment Background Checks

Attracting the most qualified candidates for the job you’re looking to fill can be time consuming. After you’ve culled through the resumes and conducted interviews with the most promising prospects, you’re ready to make an offer. Only after you’ve made…

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Women and Their Retirement Future

Many women have concerns about their financial futures. From gender-specific complications, to underfunded savings, to sometimes self-inflicted financial downfalls, women generally do not receive as much monthly income as men.1 Let’s try to answer some of the “why” questions. Why…

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The Positive Side of Procrastination: Why You Don’t Have to Do Everything (Right This Minute)

I hate being indecisive. When faced with a major decision — like whether to move up to a bigger house or return to work after my son was born — I feel compelled to try to make up my mind…

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Crowd-Pleasing Summer Entertaining

If you’re hosting a backyard barbecue, game night or TV show marathon with friends this summer, it’s helpful to have a plan in mind before diving in. Consider these tips and recipes featuring Mrs. T’s Pierogies that can help make…

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