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Going Global

An international work assignment is often seen as a big career boost. But has the remote work trend eliminated the need for "boots on the ground" overseas? Lisa meets with Lisa Burkard, Managing Director of Spectrum Group Consulting to discuss what's happening.

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Tips for Filing Your 2020 Taxes

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Just when you thought 2020 was in the rear-view mirror... it's tax time! Lisa talks with CPA Doug Neal, Tax Principal at Windham Brannon, about steps you can still take to minimize your tax obligation.

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Legal Documents for Young Kids

You think a long weekend while the kids are with the grandparents should be relaxing, right? You're right, but what if something goes wrong?

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Two Crazy Investment Mistakes People are Making Right Now

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Your financial well-being isn't all about the numbers, or even about the markets. Much of it is about how you react to the markets and the news around you.

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Is Now the Time to Dial Down Risk?

The latest episode of Taking Stock with Lisa Brown is Is Now the Time to Dial Down Risk?

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Can You Be Picky Before Accepting That New Job?

The latest episode of Taking Stock with Lisa Brown is Can You Be Picky Before Accepting That New Job?

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Charitable Giving in Up and Down Markets

Episode 13 of Taking Stock with Lisa Brown is Charitable Giving in Up and Down Markets.

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Downsized During the Pandemic and Losing Your 6-Figure Job

Episode 12 of Taking Stock with Lisa Brown is Downsized During the Pandemic and Losing Your 6-Figure Job.

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The Real Estate Market Amidst the Pandemic

The tenth episode of Taking Stock with Lisa Brown is The Real Estate Market Amidst the Pandemic.

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A Coronavirus Checklist: Tips for Your Mental and Financial Health

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As we all watch the latest news about the coronavirus, it’s easy to be scared about our physical and financial health. Some people may not leave their homes or allow children and grandchildren to play with others. Others, worried about a recession or financial meltdown, may be making major changes to their finances or investment accounts.

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