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Radio Host Ed Lambert refers to my email about the Fiscal Cliff

By on November 30, 2012 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Ed, I enjoyed listening to much of the show this morning. I tend to listen as part of my morning routine while getting ready for work.  I wanted to chime in with respect to the discussion on the “fiscal cliff.”  If you revisit this topic, I’d love to comment. In the discussion today, the bulk […]

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Market Week: November 26, 2012

By on November 26, 2012 in Market Week with 0 Comments

The Markets During a holiday-shortened trading week, equities had their best week in months. Encouraged by a more conciliatory tone out of Washington and improved economic data on Chinese manufacturing and U.S. housing, investors took advantage of light trading volumes to push stocks up, particularly the technology stocks that had been beaten up in recent […]

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November 24, 2012 – Puritan Cape Cod Success Story

By on November 24, 2012 in Radio Show with 0 Comments

Chris is joined this week by our marketing director, Consuelo Carroll, in the first hour, discussing long term care insurance. In the show’s second hour, Chris interviews Rick Penn and Jim Penn of Puritan Cape Cod. Learn about their local success story on this week’s “Something More.”

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Market Week: November 19, 2012

By on November 19, 2012 in Market Week with 0 Comments

The Markets Equities around the globe continued to slide, suffering four straight down days as both the United States and Europe grappled with fiscal cliffhangers. Despite some optimism at week’s end, the Dow saw its fourth straight negative week. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq and small-cap Russell 2000 entered correction territory with declines of more than 10% […]

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November 17, 2012 – Mortgage Do’s and Don’ts, The Fiscal Cliff, Income Portfolios

By on November 17, 2012 in Radio Show with 0 Comments

Chris is joined by frequent co-host Mike Burton of Slade Mortgage on this week’s “Something More.” They talk about mortgage do’s and don’ts, the impending fiscal cliff, and world politics as it affects portfolios.

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The Fiscal Cliff: What Does It Mean

By on November 15, 2012 in Video with 0 Comments
The Fiscal Cliff: What Does It Mean

The Fiscal Cliff: What Does It Mean

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Market Week: November 12, 2012

By on November 12, 2012 in Market Week with 0 Comments

The Markets Much as Sandy and an early winter storm delivered a one-two punch to northeastern states, equities were hit with back-to-back triple-digit losses in the Dow industrials.

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November 10, 2012- Post Election Commentary

By on November 10, 2012 in Radio Show with 0 Comments

Chris discusses the results of the elections. Will we go over the fiscal cliff? What will be the impact of doing so? What is the direction of the Republican Party? General David Petraeus resigns amid an affair scandal. How will this affect his testimony before Congress about Benghazi?

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As a business owner, what should I know about using remote employees?

By on November 8, 2012 in Newsletter Articles with 0 Comments
As a business owner, what should I know about using remote employees?

Interest in the use of remote employees has greatly increased along with growth in the number of service jobs and developments in technology that enable some workers to work almost anywhere. A remote employee is someone who works away from the office, often at home, part or all of the time.

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As a business owner, what should I know about using temporary workers?

By on November 8, 2012 in Newsletter Articles with 0 Comments
As a business owner, what should I know about using temporary workers?

Generally, temporary work is any work that is not intended to be permanent or long term. Temporary work can be full- or part-time. Use of temporary workers (sometimes referred to as temps) may provide you with some flexibility

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