Tuesday, October 16, 2012
So by all now we have seen this admittedly funny DNC ad on Romney’s tax plan. But what do we actually know about the candidates’ tax plans? And how are they going to impact your wallet? The answers to these questions AND many more in "Obama vs. Romney on Taxes," a wonderfully detailed breakdown by our tax experts.)

So by all now we have seen this admittedly funny DNC ad on Romney’s tax plan. But what do we actually know about the candidates’ tax plans? And how are they going to impact your wallet? The answers to these questions AND many more in "Obama vs. Romney on Taxes," a wonderfully detailed breakdown by our tax experts.)

Finance Debate Bingo. BRILLIANT. Thanks, Yahoo!

Finance Debate Bingo. BRILLIANT. Thanks, Yahoo!

Monday, October 15, 2012
Yes, caution is the generational watchword of the moment. Surveys show younger adults are wary of risks and disillusioned with the returns on homes and stocks. Yet the sobering memories of financial bets gone bad and the embrace of greater financial conservatism could eventually pay off big … It doesn’t take rose-colored glasses to see a more optimistic scenario, especially for young adults. Chris Farrell’s cheering “Case for Economic Optimism” argues that 2012 is actually a great year to be young — student debt, unemployment and all. Read more, it’ll make you feel better.
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Corporations that exclude culture deny themselves crucial intelligence. There’s a solution: engage Millennials. Take advantage of what they know. Promote them in the organization. Install them in the C-Suite. It’s simple really. It’s time to let Millennials roll up their sleeves, show off their tats, and get to work. Grant McCracken in the Harvard Business Review, explaining how young workers are different — and why companies need them. 
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 Tuesday, October 9, 2012
The U.S. suffers from staggering economic inequality — as staggering, in some places, as Nigeria, El Salvador and the Dominican Republic. Richard Florida ran the numbers and compared cities in the U.S. to highly unequal foreign countries. That colorful map might look pretty, but its implications for U.S. income inequality are not. 

The U.S. suffers from staggering economic inequality — as staggering, in some places, as Nigeria, El Salvador and the Dominican Republic. Richard Florida ran the numbers and compared cities in the U.S. to highly unequal foreign countries. That colorful map might look pretty, but its implications for U.S. income inequality are not.