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Reading or hearing the phrase, “Good Financial Cents,” most people just assume my mission is to give out financial advise. However, my mission, to help others develop a good relationship with money has a lot more to do with living a good financial life.
It’s about your lifestyle – where you live, what you eat, what you wear, and what you buy. It’s about developing good habits and skills that will help you deal with the many challenges of life so that you have the resources to not only succeed but thrive. It’s not so much about what you own as it is how good you are to yourself, to your family, and to the people around you.
I had the opportunity to finally retire early at age 59 due to having a good relationship with money. I was not born a natural spender or saver. I was born a spender, plain and simple and all that I have I earned through my relationship with money.
Whether you are just out of college, planning your next vacation, saving for retirement, or sitting around at your jobs, I want you to first think in terms of: What’s good for me? And: What do I really want?
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Are you considering a severance package for any of your employees? Before you reach an agreement with any employee, consulting an employment law attorney is essential.
The laws in this area are constantly being revised and changed. Failure to understand the law properly and adequately consider and cover all the proper concerns related to dismissal may cost the employer much more than would the pay of the employee in question.
For example, a union representative may make a claim that he was not at fault for the dismissal. If he is successful, then the employer is obliged to provide him with two months pay for each year served with the company. Alternatively he may argue that his dismissal was a “layoff” which requires the payment of an additional “severance”. In this case, if the employer does not take the correct courses of action, then the payment may not qualify as a “layoff”.
This not only applies to dismissal but also to any other important changes on the employment status of your employee such as promotions, demotions, pay raises and bonuses.
A good attorney will help you make sure that all the bases are covered— and all the concerns are addressed.