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Built in 1940, the vibrant home has had only two owners. This means it hasn’t been subjected to “Frankenhouse” remodels, which could have robbed it of its charm.… Read More
A possible recession has been on the minds of many small businesses and entrepreneurs throughout the United States. Analysts are uncertain, though, if or when a recession will begin.
According to a recent poll conducted in 2022, 70% of
Health equity is one of the hottest topics in healthcare today. Removing structural inequalities from the delivery of care and improving care outcomes among women, people of color, and LGBTQ people is a high priority for forward-looking health systems.
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Some small businesses require a team. But it is possible to start your own company and run it as a solo operation. If you’re ready to start your own business and want the freedom and cost savings of a solopreneur,
If you’re planning to retire and wondering if your post-work income will be enough, there are a number of possible sources of additional cash — some of which may surprise you.
The Investopedia website recommends retirees have several income streams,
Jim Callahan grew up on a ranch so he is most at home in the open air. But as an artist he also likes the convenience of his urban live-work pied a terre in downtown Sonoma, just off the plaza.
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Investing in eco-friendly, energy-efficient home upgrades can help you save on utility bills and lighten your carbon footprint. But of late evidence is emerging that being green could bring in more green when you sell your home.
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Borrowing against your home equity to invest was the savviest move in personal finance until recently, writes Rob Carrick, the Globe’s personal finance columnist.