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8 Ways to Stay Healthy When You Sit All Day

According to Dr. James Levine, an endocrinologist at the Mayo Clinic, sitting is the new smoking. In his study that spanned 15 years, it was determined that spending more than six hours a day on your behind contributes to unhealthy blood pressure, obesity, depression and some types of cancer. And that’s just for starters. Here … Continue reading “8 Ways to Stay Healthy When You Sit All Day”

Funding Options For Long Term Care Expenses

The longer people live, the greater the chance they will need assistance in old age. And today, people are living longer than ever. As if providing for one’s own retirement isn’t hard enough, now we must factor in the cost of providing long-term care. Health insurance – including Medicare – is designed to cover only … Continue reading “Funding Options For Long Term Care Expenses”

Investment Bank Fees Indicate Strong Equity Capital Market Activity

Investment banks can be a good predicator for the health of the market in the near future. Investment banks make the bulk of their money on mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings and financing activities (bond issuances and syndicated loans). As a result, we can look at investment bank fees and performance as a proxy … Continue reading “Investment Bank Fees Indicate Strong Equity Capital Market Activity”

Help Reduce Call Reluctance Among Sales Professionals

When it comes to selling, there are a lot of challenges in the industry. According to a 2016 report by Accenture and CSO Insights, 55 percent of sales professionals believe that their organization’s sales tools make them less productive; and 59 percent of those surveyed said they have too many tools at their disposal.  Accenture … Continue reading “Help Reduce Call Reluctance Among Sales Professionals”

Would a $1,000 Tax Deduction get you in the Gym?

America is one of the heaviest societies in the entire world. Two-thirds of Americans are classified as obese or overweight using Body Mass Index as a measurement. These aren’t just ugly statistics; medical conditions linked to obesity caused more than 100,000 deaths in 2017. On top of all of this, obesity-related medical issues are a very … Continue reading “Would a $1,000 Tax Deduction get you in the Gym?”