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What’s the Point of Saving for Retirement in Your 20s?

My 19-year-old sister and I are roommates in Boston, and despite my best efforts to not be “Dad,” I’m for sure acting like ours. I’m on a mission to convince her to start saving for retirement. Talking about retirement is peak Dad mode. I see it. I get it. I can hear myself. Or rather, I can hear our Dad saying, “Make sure you’re saving.”

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Five Strategies of Successful Part-Time Work

Most professionals start working part-time to create solutions in their lives. They have young children, want to get MBAs, need to care for aging parents. All too often, though, part-time work creates as many problems as it solves. In the best-case scenario, many part-timers end up working more hours than they intended.

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3 Tips for a Smooth Transition into Retirement

Simon had been really looking forward to retirement. The constant pressure that came with his job had been getting to him. Too many meetings, too much travel, too much of everything.

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HBR Special Coverage: Leading and Working through a Pandemic

To our subscribers: In light of the challenges raised by this new climate we find ourselves navigating, HBR is publishing daily articles and resouces on how to manage yourself, your team, and your company through the coronavirus crisis. You will find these resources at our dedicated Coronavirus Special Coverage page, which we will continue to update daily.

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181 Top CEOs Have Realized Companies Need a Purpose Beyond Profit

On August 19 the Business Roundtable issued an open letter titled “Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation.” One of the preeminent business lobbies in the United States, the Business Roundtable (BR) includes the CEOs of leading U.S. companies from Apple to Walmart.

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