How to Start Investing in Your 20s

As a twenty-something, it’s easy to procrastinate building financial security. With all the pressures of starting the journey toward independence, terms like investment strategy, diversified portfolio, and rate of return might sound exhaustingly complex. Moreover, you’re at the start of your career, and just getting by — earning enough to …

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Allstate Expands College Football Ties with On-the-Road Correspondent

NORTHBROOK, Ill., November 29, 2023 – Allstate is excited to unveil its pioneering collaboration with renowned social media creator Katie Feeney as the company’s inaugural on-the-road college football correspondent. Feeney will take fans on an exclusive behind-the-scenes journey to some of the most highly anticipated college football games. This will include her …

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Exploring MGA Funding Then and Now

This post is part of a series sponsored by AgentSync. Just a few years ago, Managing General Agencies (MGAs) were an attractive investment option in the insurtech space. But market turmoil and emerging industry challenges are changing the tides. In early 2023, we asked: Is there a limit to MGA …

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Four Ways To Support Grieving Students Through Writing –

Four Ways to Support Grieving Students Through Writing contributed by Brittany R. Collins Approximately 700,000 young people in the United States lost a parent during 2020-21, with the COVID-19 pandemic boosting bereavement rates—not only due to the virus, but to the increased violence, substance use, and requisite illness that it …

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5 Use Cases That Transform Training

5 Ways To Transform eLearning With AI Providing comprehensive and impactful eLearning can be overwhelming. After all, you must sift through a vast content pool, meet diverse learner needs, and ensure global relevance—too many variables, too many moving parts. That’s why companies consider the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in …

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Can Schools Save Democracy? with Michael J. Feuer

Michael J. Feuer is Dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development at George Washington University and the author of Can Schools Save Democracy? Civic Education and the Common Good. He joins host Mike Palmer in an insightful discussion about the role of education in addressing some of …

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40 Of The Most Commonly Misspelled Words –

Common misspellings often arise due to a variety of linguistic and cognitive factors. There are, of course, a range of reasons for this. Like other languages, the English language suffers from/has irregularities and exceptions to its spelling rules. Having borrowed words from various sources, the result is nearly countless spelling …

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