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Like Ted Lasso, I’m giving thanks, counting my sports blessings

My bride and I were late to the game, but we’ve been playing catch-up lately, binging on an Apple television comedy series that has struck a chord with us and millions of others craving light — and some light-heartedness — during these dark, uncertain times.

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Leaving LIBOR: What does it mean for you? (access required)

For more than 40 years, the London Interbank Offered Rate, or LIBOR, has been a key benchmark for setting the cost of floating-rate debt around the world.

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Imposter syndrome in the workplace (access required)

Imposter syndrome is having a moment. It keeps popping up in workplace culture and leadership podcasts, newsletters and journals I follow.

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Brushing up on Social Security (access required)

The Social Security Act was signed into law by President Roosevelt on August 14, 1935 and created a social insurance program that was originally designed to pay retired workers age 65 and older a continuing monthly income.

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