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Beth Braverman


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  • The Fiscal Times
  • Mic
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Past articles by Beth:

How 4 Publishers Are Turning Surveys Into Revenue

Trade and consumer publications can reap huge benefits from developing surveys as editorial franchises. → Read More

Why This Background Check Company Wants to Hire People With Criminal Records

Here’s why fair-chance hiring makes companies stronger. → Read More

The One Quality That Makes Every Team More Effective—and How to Foster It

Experts believe psychological safety is crucial to building a truly collaborative team. Here’s what you can do to help create a culture of trust at work. → Read More

Life After Print: How 3 Magazines Are Navigating Their New Business Models

While there isn't a one-size-fits-all solution for success after print, these success stories give hope to publishers. → Read More

Still on Shaky Ground, Publishers Seek More Stability in 2019

Industry experts weigh in on the biggest trends from the first quarter of the year. → Read More

Magazine Publishers Race to Capitalize on the Paywall Trend

Amid changing consumer perceptions toward paid content, publishers embrace both new and tested methods for marketing subscriptions and reducing churn. → Read More

How to Future-Proof Your Print Magazines

While the medium is changing, some publishers are experimenting with new ways to make print viable and profitable. → Read More

Business credit cards: Easier to get than you may think

Whether you have a small business with a few employees or you're a gig economy worker, you shouldn't have much trouble getting a business credit card. → Read More

More card issuers offering virtual card numbers to cut fraud risk

Virtual account numbers have been around for years, but they're being used more now in the wake of the massive Equifax hack. → Read More

Metal credit cards aren't just for the wealthy now

Metal credit cards aren't just for the wealthy now. Once reserved only for affluent, a few no-annual-fee cards now have that plunk factor. → Read More

Should you use credit cards to finance your startup?

Financing your startup with credit cards has its benefits and drawbacks. Before you go this route, you should weigh some other options, too. → Read More

Must-Have Items for Your Dorm Room This Year

As the summer winds to a close, families with college-age students are making that annual pilgrimage to Ikea or Bed Bath and Beyond to stock up on the supplies they need to make sure their dorm rooms are comfortable and stylish. → Read More

Looking for a New Job? These Are the Best Cities for You

If you’re on the hunt for a good job, think warm thoughts and pack sunglasses. → Read More

How to Teach Your Kids About Money When Back-to-School Shopping

In addition to picking up notebooks and calculators this year, you can give your kids something even more valuable: a lesson in personal finance. The back-to-school shopping period provides an ideal teachable money moment. → Read More

Here’s What Financial Advisers Think You Should Do With Your Portfolio Right Now

As the stock market continues to hit record highs, most financial advisers expect it to show more volatility in the second half of the year. → Read More

6 Tips for Renovating Your Home Without Getting Ripped Off

Follow these steps to make sure that you’re not spending more than you need to on your home improvement projects. → Read More

The 15 Best Cities for Job Seekers

The online job board Indeed recently crunched the numbers to find the best cities for job seekers, analyzing local salaries, work-life balance, job security and job availability. Click through for the 15 best U.S. cities for finding a job. → Read More

Hoping for a Big Raise Next Year? Here’s How Much You’ll Probably Get

A new report sheds light on how big a raise most workers will be getting next year. → Read More

Are Fidget Spinners Dangerous? Consumer Group Issues a Warning

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning that fidget spinners might not be suitable for everyone. → Read More

Here’s How Much the Class of 2016 Owes on Their Student Loans

Students who graduated from college in 2016 with educational loans borrowed slightly less to pay for school than those who finished in 2015, new data shows. → Read More