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Nonprofit Boards: New Challenges and Responsibilities

The days are long gone when nonprofit boards were made up of large donors who expected that little more would be asked of them beyond socializing at the occasional fundraiser. 1,297 more words

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Nonprofit Boards: New Challenges and Responsibilities

The days are long gone when nonprofit boards were made up of large donors who expected that little more would be asked of them beyond socializing at the occasional fundraiser. 1,297 more words

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Nonprofit Boards: New Challenges and Responsibilities

The days are long gone when nonprofit boards were made up of large donors who expected that little more would be asked of them beyond socializing at the occasional fundraiser. 1,298 more words

The Retirement Group

Managing Our Money...

If I am known for anything here at RJsCorner is it my contrarian view of many things. Managing my money is one of them.  I know there are many blogs out their that strongly advise us to seek out financial planners to manage our money.   393 more words

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The Real Value of a 401(k) Plan

We all know putting money aside in a tax deferred account is a good idea. Businesses should offer these to employees for many reasons, not the least of which is that an employee that saves is a good employee. 220 more words

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Lump Sum vs. Dollar Cost Averaging: Which is Better?

Some people go swimming by diving into the pool; others prefer to edge into the water gradually, especially if the water’s cold. A decision about putting money into an investment can be somewhat similar. 1,467 more words

The Retirement Group

Give Your Mid-year Retirement Savings a Checkup

The middle of the year is a good time to review your retirement savings goals and opportunities, because you still have time to adjust your annual contributions. 297 more words

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