- The Fed's latest reason for not raising interest rates is that only highly-skilled workers are getting raises. Also, U.S. job openings surged to a record high in July.
- There might be times when you want to curse during communications with clients, but that doesn't mean it's okay to do so. Heavy words, indeed.
- There is a point where delaying retirement and just working like crazy to save for retirement stops making sense. If you're ready to retire, and you want out, don't be sheepish about it.
- Getting rid of all bills larger than $10 is not a terrible idea. The benefits of phasing out paper currency.
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