Deborah Nason writes for national, statewide and regional publications, focusing on emerging business issues. Deborah relocated to Connecticut in 2006, after serving as contributing editor and lead writer for five years for the Blue Ridge Business Journal in Roanoke, Virginia. She has owned several small businesses, lived all over the U.S., and has an M.A. in Management and Human Resource Development. She serves on the boards of the NY chapter of the American Society of Business Publication Editors, and the Connecticut Economic Development Association.
Community Leadership Awards Special Report Take a family-centered approach when working with Indian-Americans The real estate expert is in the house Measuring a client's financial health Africa pure plays emerging for retail audience Reaching out to Generation X and Y investors Program helps women cope with 'life transitions' Investors are taking the "slow' approach Growth area for advisers: 'Accidental entrepreneurs' Parents are upbeat about meeting college costs, but advisers skeptical Advisers seen as key to success of 'impact investing' Coexisting with a CPA parent a challenge for advisers CPAs continue to add planning to their practices Financial studies flourish at academies 2010 Community Leadership Awards profiles 2009 Community Leadership Awards profile: Volunteer of the Year 2009 Community Leadership Awards profile: Volunteer Team 2009 Community Leadership Awards profile: Community Service 2009 Community Leadership Awards profile: Mentoring Excellence FPA chapter creates planning ambassadors Peru, despite growing economy, draws mixed reviews Permanent U.S. residents represent adviser opportunity Taking a broad view of 'environmentally friendly' Carbon emissions trading becomes hot New service connects advisers with buyers, hires Nigeria's financial services industry is booming Senior citizens' living sector may be safe haven Community investment goes mainstream Green financial instruments getting their day in the sun Financial firms going 'green' to win clients Iceland getting back on track as place to invest Advisers discovering benefits to an 'under one roof' model Ya, mon, sun shines on Caribbean economies Muslims have pent-up demand for financial services Investing in Africa: Is now the time to jump in? Elder care becoming focus for advisers Corporate scandals give rise to fiduciary consulting Niche planners target low- to moderate-income market Biodiesel industry heats up as number of plants rises Turnkey asset management programs taking off Charitable rollover provides opportunity for giving Financial-gerontology program attracts advisers Long-term care starts to take on a homier look Advisers said to overlook middle-class minorities
Defining corporate culture A new emphasis on R&D Riding the auto storm Innovation-driven economies the new focus Gussying up the old lady Emphasis on youth Region's IT workers in short supply Who'll drive your freight? Insurance smackdown The fury of the bankruptcy bill Surrogate universities and industry galaxies Hanging back, moving ahead
Making a 'Good' Newspaper Video: Expert Advice Editing, Publishing and Hosting: Cutting It Down and Putting It Up Making Money: Pre-Roll, Post-Roll and the Ads In Between
CT Business writer wins award Becoming a biofuel state Corporate Taxation: 2006 & 2007 Flying Full Throttle The Art and Business of Gifting When Risks Pay Off Insourcing in Connecticut Spreading Their Wings
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