“Wish I had started saving for retirement later,” said no one – ever! So, when should you start saving for retirement? As early as possible – in your 20’s if you can. Most people rely on social security and savings as their sole source of income after retirement, and it can take a long time to build up enough savings to live comfortably.
College can be a great time in one’s life. However, it can be stressful for both the parent and the student. Study habits, handling money, the “Freshman 15,” and staying balanced can be challenging. Below are some ideas to help parents transition their student successfully into college life.
There are lots of ways to maintain physical health, but we often ignore our mental health. One’s well-being is categorized by physical and mental health and without one, you cannot have the other.
Lawyers admitted to practice in one state can sometimes find themselves considering a move to another state for various reasons.
It’s about that time of year again – back to school, and time to get ready! But back-to-school supplies can be pricey! A tax-free weekend sounds like a great idea!
Historically, job interviews were designed to get to know the candidate, and the face-to-face interview was considered the best way to do that.
But we can sometimes get sidetracked with one little task and then the entire day is gone. So how do we avoid or prevent the time-wasting habits in order to
Case management is essential, especially now that legal cases have become more complex. In an era where much more data is readily available, it is important, especially in litigation, to organize and categorize the endless
June 21st is the summer solstice and is often associated with the beginning of summer. But what is the summer solstice? Throughout history, cultures – even ancient ones – have known that the days follow a regular pattern of growing longer and shorter each year. This is because the earth tilts on its axis. The summer solstice marks the day with the longest sunshine of the year in areas above the equator.
Each year, 6 million people are injured in the workplace and 6,000 employees die from those injuries, according to OSHA. It makes sense to know how to protect yourself while at work. Below are some tips to help keep you safe: