Month: December 2022

December 30, 2022

How To Properly Write a Check in 5 Simple Steps

How To Properly Write a Check in 5 Simple Steps These days, people often send their money electronically. With mobile banking options, everything from budgeting and bank statements to credit cards and direct deposits can be handled by account holders right from their phones. Still, […]

December 29, 2022

3 Steps to Go from Unknown to Must-Have in Your Client Acquisition Process

3 Steps to Go from Unknown to Must-Have in Your Client Acquisition Process Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Going from unknown to must-have in your client acquisition process can be a challenging task. But it is not impossible. By following a few […]

December 29, 2022

What the Future Looks Like for Fresh Graduates in the Tech Industry

What the Future Looks Like for Fresh Graduates in the Tech Industry Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. After the remarkable growth in the entire tech industry in 2020, tech companies are now axing down their workforce and going as far as halving […]

December 29, 2022

Experts Predict ‘Greenhushing’ Will Be a Big Eco-Trend In 2023. What Is It?

Experts Predict ‘Greenhushing’ Will Be a Big Eco-Trend In 2023. What Is It? In the beginning, there was greenwashing, and it was bad. Companies made bold claims about being environmentally conscious for marketing purposes, but they weren’t making any serious sustainability efforts. But some experts […]

December 29, 2022

Making the Senate Work for Democrats

Making the Senate Work for Democrats Reviewed: Arc of Power: Inside Nancy Pelosi’s Speakership, 2005–2010 by John A. Lawrence University Press of Kansas, 363 pp., $34.95 A World of Insecurity: Democratic Disenchantment in Rich and Poor Countries by Pranab Bardhan Harvard University Press, 225 pp., […]

December 28, 2022

What Is a Roth IRA? How It Works and How to Get One Started

What Is a Roth IRA? How It Works and How to Get One Started When it comes to retirement, saving sooner is better than saving later. But if you’ve already maxed out your 401(k) or don’t have the option to use a 401(k), you’ll have […]