Every week, we comb the internet for the best things to read in our Financial Friday Round Up. Check out the pieces below for tips on how to be a digital marketer, a list of tax breaks in the CARES Act, and an interview with a social psychologist on how to deal with unknown unknowns.
National Life Group has put forth four steps to becoming a better digital marketer — develop a strategy, test and learn, know your audience, and communicate with purpose — and expounded on them in this timely piece.
This piece from the New York Times offers unique advice for how to become a well-oiled online meeting machine, including how to test your setup, muting by default, and setting a good virtual agenda.
Social psychologist Dr. David Dunning was recently interviewed on the Masters in Business podcast from Bloomberg, providing valuable insight into how we judge our own competence and how to set goals and achieve them in a world where the future can sometimes seem uncertain.
In-depth reporting from The Economist this week covers all the ways COVID-19 has impacted businesses around the world. Filled with illuminating charts and graphs on how different economic sectors will fare, this piece is both wide-ranging and insightful.
Don’t let coronavirus keep you from seeing a doctor for other issues and illnesses in the coming weeks. The Wall Street Journal has mapped out the many ways to see a medical professional in the midst of the pandemic, including the growing number of doctors using telecommunications, and tips for staying safe if you do have to make an office visit.
An editor at Kiplinger has combed through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to list seven important tax breaks hidden in the bill. Many of them are temporary, but they’re all intended to help businesses and workers recover quickly after this all has passed.
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