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Expanding Knowledge

Knowledge is power, and we enjoy sharing interesting and insightful articles that we come across. 

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How To Make Your Digital Life Part Of Your Estate Plan

According to this detailed article from Forbes, "It took a long time, but estate planning laws have almost caught up to technology. Now, your estate plan is incomplete if it doesn’t have arrangements for your digital life, including accounts, files, transactions, and more." Read their advice so you know how to plan.

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How Your Data is Sold, Shared, and Leaked

It takes more than technology to protect data privacy. This fascinating and detailed article from Knowledge@Wharton explains how your data is collected, what is done with it and what you can (and cannot) do about it.

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Future Business Trends

Implement Consulting Group details six global trends that will form the future and influence the business models and environments of tomorrow.

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Ideas on Ending Poverty

The winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences have for years been conducting innovative economic experiments on ways to alleviate poverty that have produced real-world — rather than theoretical — results. This interview of winners Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, and Michael Kremer by Knowledge@Wharton is a fascinating read.

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Ready to Downsize? A Tiny Home Could Be Your Answer

Over the past few years, "downsizing" and "living tiny" have entered the common lexicon, as the tiny house movement has been growing in popularity in the US. This fascinating article from Insider.com explores what living in a "tiny home" is really like.

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What Does "Women's Work" Look Like Today?

Women make up about half of the U.S. workforce today, but many jobs remain largely segregated along gender lines. This recent article from The Wall Street Journal takes an insightful look at the fields where women have made the most inroads and the least.

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