Articles for November, 2020
Tax and Financial News
Our Top 6 Year-End Tax Planning Tips
November, 2020
This has been a year of economic and tax uncertainty with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, potential stimulus bills and the presidential election. As a result, tax planning may be more...
General Business News
How to Effectively On-board & Train Employees Virtually
November, 2020
With COVID-19 still requiring remote working, companies that effectively on-board new workers retain their workers longer, have better worker performance and increase their profits by almost 100 percent, according...
Stock Market News
How Would a Second Stimulus Check Impact Markets?
November, 2020
The $1,200 stimulus check sent out to individuals had mixed impacts on our economy, based on academic research, including by the University of California-Davis. For recipients with $3,000 or more in their bank accounts...
Financial Planning
A Realistic Picture: Will You Be Able to Afford In-Home Elder Care?
November, 2020
By the end of September, the nation had recorded over a quarter million cases of COVID-19 and nearly 60,000 deaths in nursing homes that were attributed to the disease. The recent pandemic offers yet another reason why more than...
What's New in Technology
Exploring Brain Computer Interface: Tech That Connects to Your Brain
November, 2020
Imagine using your mind to control machines, or your employer reading how you feel in real time from a dashboard? This is the future of BCI technology.

Do we really need...

Tip of the Month
Why Gratitude is Important During a Pandemic
November, 2020
We’re living in unprecedented, challenging times. If you’re feeling stressed and scared, you’re not alone. However, there is a way to navigate through all of this uncertainty: gratitude...
Congress at Work
Dial 9-8-8 for a Mental Health Crisis; Enforcement Against Violence in the Native American Community; and Enhanced Protections for Veterans and Wildlife
November, 2020
National Suicide Hotline Designation Act of 2020 (S 2661) – Introduced by Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) on Oct. 22, 2019, this bill requires the Federal Communications Commission to designate 988 as...