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87% of teens report their parents are their main source of financial education, while more than 56% of married couples
report having serious problems related to their finances.
(Moneymanagement.com & Charles Schwab Foundation)
Revisiting The Basics To Ensure Your Family's Financial Future.
July 14, 2014 | Category: Money and Credit
| Author: Drew Hendricks
Source - Entrepreneur
While vocal work-from-home opponents like Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer and Zappo’s Tony Hsieh have gotten a lot of media attention in recent years, it’s getting more and more difficult for businesses to deny that telecommuting is a smart business decision. Telecommuting is a pervasive, continuing trend that in the US has grown a whopping 80% since 2005, according to GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com.
Telecommuting shows no signs of declining anytime soon because businesses can achieve significant cost-savings allowing employees to work from home.
1. Increased productivity.
According to published research, workers who telecommute are almost twice as likely to work more than 40 hours a week as non-telecommuters (53% compared to 28% for non-telecommuters).
Telecommuting will not increase productivity in all cases. Research shows that the type of work your telecommuting employees...