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Achieving your goals through impact investing

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As the bull market roared in the 1990s and fortunes were made (and lost in the tech-stock crash of 2000), there came into vogue among some investors a practice known as socially responsible investing, or SRI. This type of investing had been around for decades. In the late ’90s, it became known as “investing with… Continue Reading Achieving your goals through impact investing

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All great marketing begins with a great story

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At Magneti Marketing, we constantly get asked what clients can do to increase leads and exposure for their business or organization. A lot of folks think that marketing is some magic faucet where we can just turn on the sales. While it is true that as savvy marketers we have a few tricks up our… Continue Reading All great marketing begins with a great story

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Imagine if you could turn on creativity like starting a car, rev the engine to get up to speed, cruise along in the fast lane, and then park it in the garage until you needed it again. Is there anything you couldn’t accomplish? Unfortunately, at times it feels like the engine has stalled, the tire… Continue Reading Ten easy tricks to get those creative juices flowing

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UCCS embraces change near milestone

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Everything changes. This is not a profound statement but one that is confronted daily on university campuses across the nation. Student and community needs are changing, external competition for education dollars is increasing, and funding models for public higher education continue to shift the payment for higher education from the state to the individual. The… Continue Reading UCCS embraces change near milestone

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14 suggestions for managers, employees in ’14

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While many people make resolutions for the new year, one group that doesn’t do this enough is bosses. Employees make career-related resolutions much more often than bosses. However, the top resolution that workers make each year is to find a new job. Retaining talented employees has become a higher priority in an improving job market;… Continue Reading 14 suggestions for managers, employees in ’14

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Even though 2014 has already begun, it’s not too late for Colorado small businesses to take advantage of the state’s health insurance marketplace, Connect for Health Colorado. Full implementation of healthcare reform began Jan. 1, but the state’s small business health insurance marketplace, also known as SHOP, offers open enrollment year-round. To take advantage of… Continue Reading Insurance marketplace has new options

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You may be focused on getting in shape for swimsuit season, but take a break from the gym this spring and spend some time on your financial fitness. Here are six tips to help get your investment portfolio into prime condition. 1. Shed the weight of extra accounts. It’s not unusual to acquire multiple retirement… Continue Reading Six suggestions for achieving financial fitness

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Health savings accounts: What’s next?

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Health savings accounts partnered with high-deductible health plans continue to grow as a popular option for employers and employees seeking an economical and convenient coverage option. However, the time has come to move beyond simple administration of these accounts to provide a more meaningful strategy for employers. While HSA enrollment continues to grow, traditionally employers… Continue Reading Health savings accounts: What’s next?

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It’s hard to believe, but 2014 is here. For most of you, planning for the upcoming year is underway with marketing budgets being drawn up. WebDAM, founded in 2005, is a leader in digital asset management. Both marketers and planning teams have come to rely on their research as to what drives consumers and supporters… Continue Reading Take advantage of 2014 trends that impact customers

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Pope’s views against idolatry … and more

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We recall the image of Jesus entering the temple in Jerusalem, driving out the merchants and overturning the tables of the money changers. This was a stern reminder to separate the holy from the mundane. Likewise, we recall the image of a golden calf molten in the absence of Moses on Mount Sinai. Were precious… Continue Reading Pope’s views against idolatry … and more

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