Driving to work one day, in 2017, I realized I was about to turn 50. At that point, I quickly grasped how much I have not experienced yet. I decided to change that.
The Charles Dickens classic “A Christmas Carol” is a story we’re all likely familiar with. It is the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, a miser who is visited on Christmas Eve by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley, and the spirits of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Future. Whether you saw the Disney version as a child with Scrooge McDuck playing Ebenezer Scrooge and Goofy playing Jacob Marley, or perhaps a live theater re-enactment, the story should bring back memories.
The future of luxury travel is constantly evolving as new technology impacts our entire experience. People now have more options than ever before on where they can go, how they can travel, and what they can do once they arrive. This article takes a look at the most luxurious and technologically advanced travel destinations and experiences.
A safe harbor is a provision in law that provides protection from liability under specific situations or if certain conditions are met. In an effort to encourage companies to offer retirement plans to their employees, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Department of Labor (DOL) offer a number of safe harbor provisions to protect plan sponsors.
Money. It’s how we buy groceries, pay for electricity, and save for retirement. There are thousands of books, TV shows, and movies all about money. It’s an essential part of our everyday lives, yet as soon as you bring it up during your Fourth of July BBQ, the room goes silent. Then all your friends and family are staring at you, wondering why you would say such a thing. You look around and find yourself asking, ‘What, is there something in my teeth?’.
According to an article published by the National Science Foundation in 2005, the average person has 12,000 to 60,000 thoughts per day. Approximately 80% of those thoughts are negative, and 95% repeat each day. In another study from Cornell University, scientists found that approximately 85% of what we worry about never happens.