The “best job in America” ​​pays over $120,000 a year and can provide a healthy, low-stress work-life balance

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We had the great resignation, the silent resignations, the resistance to returning to office – now what? It turns out that people are looking for happiness, stability, flexibility and a…

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The “best job in America” ​​pays over $120,000 a year and can provide a healthy, low-stress work-life balance

  • Post category:No Experience Jobs
  • Reading time:9 mins read

We had the great resignation, the silent resignations, the resistance to returning to office – now what? It turns out that people are looking for happiness, stability, flexibility and a…

Continue ReadingThe “best job in America” ​​pays over $120,000 a year and can provide a healthy, low-stress work-life balance

“I grew up poor”: My wife and I have a $1.2 million real estate portfolio and $250,000 invested in stocks. Are we financially comfortable enough to start a family?

My wife and I have been married for 12 years and have not yet started a family except for our two Labradors. We are both in finance, and have several…

Continue Reading“I grew up poor”: My wife and I have a $1.2 million real estate portfolio and $250,000 invested in stocks. Are we financially comfortable enough to start a family?

“Less education can be worth more.” While college graduates have about 5 times the net worth of high school graduates, here’s what may matter even more than that college degree

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The average college graduate has a net worth about four times that of someone who started but did not finish college, and about five times that of someone with only…

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I’m 53, just got fired and wondering what to do now. I saved $425,000 for retirement, $10,000 in an HSA, and a property I could sell for another $200,000 in cash. Does it make sense to get professional help?

Getty Images/iStockphoto Question: I was fired from my job of 12 years. I have a few questions about how to rearrange my future financial plan. I am 53 years old…

Continue ReadingI’m 53, just got fired and wondering what to do now. I saved $425,000 for retirement, $10,000 in an HSA, and a property I could sell for another $200,000 in cash. Does it make sense to get professional help?