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10 tips to keep your sanity in marketing and sales

When you're marketing and selling, no matter what or where, it's crucial to keep work-life balance. Here are 10 tips to keep your sanity and live and thrive another day.

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Small business owners hold conflicting views on retirement preparedness

Most small business owners believe American workers are facing a retirement readiness crisis--but more than half believe their own employees are on track to retire.

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New and improved Cadillac Tax not good enough

President Obama’s new-and-improved Cadillac Tax isn’t good enough, say those who worked to kill the previous incarnation of the controversial policy.

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Company offers shrink-on-a-screen service

Telehealth comes to psychology and counseling with this new service.

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Student loan debt’s pressure on retirement is growing concern

Student loan debt affects not just saving for retirement, but causes people to delay home purchases, which can also cut the amount of funds they may have available in retirement.

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3 gadgets that let you exercise at your desk, in secret

Here's a DIY wellness idea--discreetly work out while you work. Testing 3 exercise machines that fit under a desk, one worker found much to like and some things to be careful of.

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CDC report says fetal alcohol syndrome not just caused by heavy-drinking moms

Fetal alcohol syndrome is a disorder that could affect millions of babies whose mothers drink during the early phases of pregnancy, according to a new report from the CDC.

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Why health care consumerism is a no-brainer for worksite wellness

Health care consumerism has allowed wellness to become an attractive option to employees--but it's also a benefit to employers. Here's why.

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Here's the toll that student debt can take on retirement

So just how does having student debt hurt the ability to prepare for a comfortable retirement? Researchers tell all.

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Retirement plan leakage: Boomers feel regret, millennials not so much

The psychology underlying plan leakage—the money that leaves workers’ retirement plans before they ever hit retirement age—is the subject of a study from the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association.

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