The Reformers Comic – CPAC 2015
Feb26

The Reformers Comic – CPAC 2015

Here is the exciting conclusion to The Reformers comic given out at the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) in 2015. Check below the comic for pictures taken at the event with the heroes – we are uploading them a few times a day, so keep checking back if you don’t see your picture.   CPAC 2015 Pictures – Day 1:                          ...

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Paying Off Student Debt vs. Saving Your Money: 5 Steps to Finding a Balance
Feb23

Paying Off Student Debt vs. Saving Your Money: 5 Steps to Finding a Balance

New graduates have a lot on their plates. Beyond figuring out where to live and work, there is a dark cloud constantly looming overhead in the form of student debt. With the average student loan debt for 2012 graduates hovering at $29,400—approximately a 24 percent increase from just four years prior—paying back your student loans may seem like the most important post-graduation goal. But what about putting money aside for your...

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How to Use Generational Differences in the Workplace to Your Advantage
Feb23

How to Use Generational Differences in the Workplace to Your Advantage

Millennials face countless generational differences in the workplace. With conflicting opinions on topics like work schedules and dress code, millennials are guiding the workforce to a less tightly structured, increasingly social working environment. While collaborating alongside Gen Xers and baby boomers can merge innovation with seasoned experience, contrasting working styles and methods of communication can delay productivity. In...

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Military State Income Tax Exemption: The Price Tag on a Home State
Feb23

Military State Income Tax Exemption: The Price Tag on a Home State

Every year, active duty service members are asked to uproot their families and move across state lines. Such a move to a new station isn’t only stressful for military families, but it can also mean extra money coming out of their pockets due to state income taxes. Today, there are 23 states that tax active duty military at the state level and nine states that currently do not impose any income taxes on their residents. Roughly 60...

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Vegas Downtown Project: Urban Renewal for a New Generation
Feb23

Vegas Downtown Project: Urban Renewal for a New Generation

In an attempt to attract a new generation to the bright lights of Las Vegas, local planners and imaginative entrepreneurs are revitalizing the city through expansive urban renewal projects that include concert venues, office spaces, urban conveniences, and shopping centers. One such development is the 60-acre Vegas Downtown Project, an expansive $350 million investment that hopes to draw money-conscious millennials back to Sin City....

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Moving to Another State: 10 Things to Consider
Feb23

Moving to Another State: 10 Things to Consider

Approximately 40 million people move each year in the U.S., with over 7.6 million moving to another state. Whether your reason is a new job, college, or simply a change in scenery, there are a few things to consider before you pack your bags. 1. Navigating the Housing Market In some states, affordable housing may seem impossible to find, especially if you have an extensive list of must-have amenities. Whether you are buying or...

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