.......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... ..........SDV Construction employees work on Nazareth Hall at St. Joseph on the Rio Grande. (Courtesy of SDV)ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A well-paying job is a nice thing. Being appreciated at the workplace is fantastic as well.Combining the two, well that’s what SDV Construction manages to accomplish and that’s part of the reason it was named the No. 1 small-size business for the Albuquerque Journal’s Top Workplaces 2019.ADVERTISEMENTSkip ................................................................The regional, industrial and commercial construction company has nearly 50 employees and each one is considered vital to SDV’s continued success.“Each individual from a staff perspective has their input,” said chief operating officer Paul Farless. “Everybody has … [Read more...] about SDV Construction lands top spot for small businesses
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Published March 04, 2019 Personal Finance Bankrate.com Facebook Twitter Comments Print video The five states where $1M in retirement savings will last the longest FBN's Susan Li on the best and worst states to live off of $1 million in retirement savings. As life happens and things change — and as you pass big milestones like getting married, having children or retiring — your estate plan and will should change too. Continue Reading Below “Once a person reaches the age of 18, they should at least have powers of attorney to designate who will make their health-care decisions and handle their finances in the event of disability,” explains Jennifer Guimond-Quigley, the Chicago-based managing attorney of her eponymous firm focused on family law, estate planning and administration. “Once a person begins accumulating assets and having children, it’s vitally important to have an estate plan in place.” The risk … [Read more...] about Estate planning triggers: When to re-evaluate your estate planning strategy
Nothing screams, “American fare” like a really great burger. Luckily, TripAdvisor compiled a list of the best burger spot in every state based on reviews. Whether you’re going on a road trip or just looking for a new place in your home state, make sure you try one, some, or all of these drool-worthy spots. Alabama’s top burger joint is Jack Brown’s Burger and Beer Joint. Located in Birmingham, Alabama Jack Brown’s Burger and Beer Joint has over 100 craft beers and was even named by Business Insider as the #11 best burger joint in the whole country. Burger Bus is the go-to burger spot in Alaska. Burger Bus is literally a bus that sells burgers in Kenai, Alaska. Plan accordingly, as some reviews say there tends to be a bit of a wait. The restaurant doesn’t have a website but you can check out the menu here. G’s Burgers is taking Arizona by storm G’s Burgers is a relatively new burger joint, G’s opened in Cornville in 2015 in … [Read more...] about The best place to get a burger in every state
By Jason Zweig WSJ Sun., Feb. 10, 2019 If we could reinvent retirement-saving plans from scratch, how would they differ from the rigid and often paltry 401(k)s that workers have today? In all sorts of ways. The reimagined plan, for one thing, would blend the stable income for life of old-fashioned defined-benefit pension plans with the favorable tax treatment of the contemporary 401(k). But unlike those plans, this one would follow participants wherever they work and be universally available, while accommodating the needs of different kinds of savers and protecting participants from their own worst impulses. None of this is impossible to accomplish, although many of the best ideas for improvement will require new laws, regulations or technological innovations. But there’s little question that the 401(k) as we know it just isn’t getting the job done. With lifespans lengthening, health-care costs rising, and stocks and bonds alike expected to deliver lower … [Read more...] about Forget the 401(k). Let’s Invent a New Retirement Plan.
We asked over two dozen venture capital investors to tell us which startups are going to boom in 2019. We asked them to name startups in their own portfolio they were particularly excited about. But we also asked for the names of startups they think will do well that they have not invested in, but are hearing great things about. What follows is a list of the startups, tackling everything from consumer health goods to life-saving drones, that are being buzzed about by tech’s venture capital insiders. You don’t have to be an industry insider to know about tech companies with popular products like Snapchat or Facebook. But what about the up-and-coming tech startups that could become tomorrow’s market leaders? We asked more than two dozen venture capital investors to name the startups they believe are going to boom in 2019. After all, VCs are the experts scouting the landscape every day and hunting for the next big thing – if anyone has a finger on the tech … [Read more...] about 57 startups that will boom in 2019, according to VCs