There are countless studies, articles, and commentary suggesting that elections have little effect on long-term stock market returns. But a contested election — well, that’s a whole new ball game.
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A recent article published by In Business magazine called “Working Parents Calling it Quits” shared that a new FlexJobs survey found 40% of working parents had to quit or reduce their hours since the start of the pandemic. It was no surprise when the data highlighted a difference between men and women: Working women still bear the brunt of the responsibility at home.
With the upcoming election and potential tax law modifications based on the outcome, high net worth married couples should consider meeting with their advisors to determine what they can do to prepare for potential tax changes.
The most recent 2020 employee engagement poll by Gallop found that 37% of U.S. employees were actively engaged at work, while 14% are actively disengaged. Further, a recent SHRM survey found that more than 40% of employees feel drained, exhausted, or burned out from work this year.
The clamor for consumer attention only gets more complicated and crowded over time. Digital marketing experts now estimate that most Americans are exposed to around 4,000 to 10,000 advertisements each day!
Watch out for scammers at work and at home as criminals take advantage of people’s emotions during the pandemic.
Twenty years ago, I left my position at a large New York financial institution to move to a bank in the Midwest. Shortly thereafter, 9/11 happened.
My love affair with Madison began in 1994 when I was driving across the causeway on a beautiful fall morning before my interview for VP of sales with the Greater Madison CVB.
On August 24, the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) published a Field Assistance Bulletin clarifying employers’ obligations to track compensable hours worked by employees who are teleworking or otherwise working remotely.
Wealth managers and estate planners encourage their clients to prepare for the unexpected, and one word synonymous with 2020 is unpredictable. With recent market volatility, the upcoming general election, and the impact of the pandemic, planning for your future is more important than ever.