Why Real Estate Agents Need a Web and Mobile Tracking App
Some 50% of real estate professionals use a shoebox as their primary expense tracking tool.
3 Items for Your 2014 Year-End Retirement Planning Checklist
Thinking about New Year's resolutions? Don't forget your retirement planning checklist.
A Professional’s Guide To Medical & Recreational Use In Amsterdam
A not too tongue in cheek review of local pot laws and regulations circa November 2014 as Amsterdam prepares for Cannabis Cup.
The Odds Are Totally Against You Ever Owning Your Own Home
Soaring median home prices and stagnant wages are pushing Americans' dream homes out of their American Dream.
5 Lawyers to Watch in 2015 as Medical and Recreational Pot Gather Steam
National employers are challenged with a patchwork of marijuana drug testing policies to work through
Obama’s Immigration Action May Unleash Environmental and Worker Health Claims
Industries that rely on undocumented immigrant workers might have to budget over coming years for an uptick in claims for environmental and safety violations.
Meet The Moneyman Behind Florida’s Amendment 2 Campaign: Bob Morgan
Analysis of Florida's medical marijuana vote - the only state reform campaign to "lose" in 2014 by winning a majority.
Holiday Shopping Can Ruin Your Credit Score If You're Not Careful
Holiday shopping can wreak havoc on your credit score, even if you're disciplined.
New Study Indicates Long-term Effects of Weed Use on Brain, Dire Implications for Pot Proponents
A report published in the prestigious Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences is bad news for weed legalization proponents.
Apple Relabels Free Apps in an Attempt To Avoid Future Lawsuits
The iTunes store has changed the label for unpaid apps to reflect the reality that these days most so-called Free apps are nothing of the sort.