Women-Led Businesses on the Rise in N.H.

Concord — There was only one problem 28 years ago when Pam Sullivan wanted to launch her own marketing company in Boston. As a female sole proprietor, she had trouble securing a loan. With help from the Small Business Development Center, she put together a business plan and secured the money that helped launch a new career. These sorts of problems are much rarer nowadays, she said. “I got one of the first bank loans given to a woman...

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Emotions and Our Money

The people who have money problems are captives of self-delusion. Let’s face it, many people have money problems, and not simply by failing to have enough greenbacks in the bank. Some are misers, some are tightwads, Some are willfully naive. Thus comes the rise of a new type of adviser, the financial therapist — a specialist who treats emotion-driven misconceptions. New York Times columnist Paul Sullivan writes about this small, yet...

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