What is value? The answer seems simple in one sense: Value is what something is worth. We apply this principle every day when we make purchases. If the value we attach to a certain object or service is equal to or greater than its offer price, we hand over our payment.
With more and more financial data being stored in and accessed by computers (and even mobile phones), and with untold millions of transactions taking place on the websites of retailers, banks, and others, it has never been more important to practice “safe computing.” The sobering fact is that computer hackers are ever-present online, searching for the vu
These days, we are becoming more and more familiar with the term, “Sandwich Generation:” those who are faced with the dual prospect of providing ongoing financial support for struggling adult children and simultaneously watching over aging parents who are becoming dependent.
Human Relations 101 teaches us that when we want to offer effective advice or suggestions, we should start by affirming the other person. So, I’ll start with a word or two of praise for the financial habits of Millennials–persons born in the period between about 1980 and 2000.