The COVID-19 pandemic forced a lot of people to change their lifestyles dramatically. Specifically, the ongoing crisis had profound effects on people’s spending habits. These days, many are more circumspect about their expenses with the knowledge of how volatile the situation is, especially with mass layoffs and business closures everywhere.
Now more than ever, we need to be smart about how we spend our hard-earned money. While so much of the marketing world is laser-focused on encouraging consumers to spend, we need to find ways to save (and even earn!) money from our old gadgets and electronics. Not only will
A global health pandemic is nothing to scoff at. In a span of a few months, it has paralyzed most of the world’s major businesses and government and forced society to readjust to a new way of living. At this point, things are not likely to ‘go back to normal.’
Everyone wants to end their careers on a high note. You’re most convincing when your best performance is in the latter part. Indeed, this may well be your exit strategy when you retire. Many, if not most, think of retirement as the days when you stop working and enjoy yourself.
The Internal Revenue Service opened the New Year by finally issuing the long-awaited second stimulus checks. In a week packed with the certification of November’s election (which makes Joe Biden officially the 47th president of the United States), runoff elections and Capitol turmoil, the IRS and Treasury Department are scrambling
In the past decade, we have seen diagnostic and hearing aid clinics, eyesight health care facilities, medical centers, and hospitals sprouting about in the biggest metros and smallest suburbs. These health care facilities are not products of government policies and actions. These are products of private investors who decided that
In the same way that the COVID-19 crisis has touched every corner of the business world and the global economy, it will continue to affect every area of the housing industry in 2021. One thing remains certain in an increasingly volatile real estate industry: The public health crisis will continue to