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Here’s How Much Money You Should Realistically Have in Your Emergency Savings

We know it’s a message you’ve heard many times before, but it’s worth repeating: Maintaining an emergency savings fund is one of the pillars of a healthy money life. Why? Think of it like the fire extinguisher you keep in your house; ideally, you’ll never need to use it—but when you actually have to, you’re so […]

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4 Ways to Delegate Up When You’re at the Bottom (No, Really)

sounds awesome, right? You don’t want to do something anymore, so you shoot it over to your associate, or your assistant, or even your interns. That’s all awesome (if not slightly inaccurate), but it’s also impossible if you are the associate, the assistant, or the intern. Who do you get to hand off tasks to […]

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So You Want to Start a Small Business

Since 2012, Sarah Huck and her husband, Allon Azulai, have operated Kos Kaffe—a high-ceilinged café filled with antique fixtures, delicious aromas, and natural light—on a bustling corner in Park Slope, Brooklyn. As their website explains, “Kos Kaffe (kōs kä fé) conveys the pleasure of one’s daily cup in multiple languages.” Along with roasting and serving top-quality coffee, they […]

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How I Started a Network From Scratch (and You Can, Too)

How do you create a network and a presence from scratch? It’s an overwhelming (not to mention scary) thought for many people who move to a new industry or city. Where’s the best place to meet contacts? How do you let people know that you’re there? What different lingo do you need to know? Tereza Nemessanyi had to […]

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The 8 People You Need to Know for Career Success

We know it’s about who you know when it comes to getting a job. But even when you’re happily employed, it’s important to take stock of your contacts and make sure your network includes the people who can truly help you out and boost your career at any stage. No, this isn’t yet another article about […]

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