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Your skills are adaptable, and with these supportive ideas, tips and plans, you can make a change and keep your career moving forward.

Changing Careers

Being the Boss: Should I Be Self-Employed?

While working for yourself has its perks, there are inarguable trade-offs when you leave the corporate world. Here are some practical pros and cons of self-employment to help you figure out if it's a path tailor-made for you.

September 2018
Changing Careers

Proper Planning Leads to Small Business Success

Starting a business involves planning, making important financial decisions, and completing a series of legal activities.

May 2018
Changing Careers

Evaluating Your Change in Salary

Whether you are getting a raise in a current position, or switching jobs and taking a dramatic pay cut, there are certain factors you need to reassess financially.

February 2018
Starting a New Job

5 Company Benefits to Look For

It's important to find company benefits that meet your needs.

December 2017
Changing Careers

Should I Roll Over My 401(k)?: What to Do With Retirement Account When You Switch Jobs

Should I roll over my 401(k)?" The answer is probably yes. Here's why that's usually the case, along with a full rundown of your four main options.

November 2017
Changing Careers

HSA Contributions: How Much Is Enough?

If you have an eligible health insurance plan, consider putting HSA contributions at the top of your to-do list.
September 2017
Changing Careers

Don't Forget About 401(k) Matching on the Job Search

When looking for a new job, don't let one of the most important considerations slip through the cracks: the power of 401(k) matching.

June 2017
Changing Careers

Should You Return to School? Here's How to Decide

Deciding whether to return to school can take up a significant amount of mental space. Here's what you should consider.
February 2017
Starting a New Job

Employer-Offered Health Care Costs: A Breakdown of the Basics

If you have access to health insurance through your employer, it's important to know how to make the most of it so you can control your health care costs.

February 2017

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