Gina Ragusa

Gina Ragusa is a MainStreet contributor.

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What Happens to My Special Needs Child After I Die?

What Happens to My Special Needs Child After I Die?

Planning for your child's future is tough enough, but parents who have special needs children face and even more uncertain future.

Multitasking Is the Death of Productivity at Work

Multitasking Is the Death of Productivity at Work

People who multitask are 40% less productive than those who don't--but can we stop?

How to Find a Best Friend for Less than $500

How to Find a Best Friend for Less than $500

Breeders charge a pretty penny, so why not save a life for less than $500? Dogs and cats are waiting to be adopted and find their fur-ever home.

Zac Posen's Tips for Stylish Entertaining

Zac Posen's Tips for Stylish Entertaining

Celebrated designer Zac Posen provides a peek into what makes his parties a highly sought event.

Companies That Support LGBT Talent Fare Better

Companies That Support LGBT Talent Fare Better

Openness is a lucrative asset: companies that welcome LGBT workers and executives outperform those that discriminate based on sexual orientation.

Companies That Don't Discriminate Against LGBT Talent Fare Better

Companies That Don't Discriminate Against LGBT Talent Fare Better

Companies that welcome LGBT workers and executives outperform those that discriminate based on sexual orientation. Experts show that being open in the workplace truly does pay off.

Inside the Rapid Evolution of P2P Solutions

Inside the Rapid Evolution of P2P Solutions

P2P applications may be the final step to a cashless society. Pay anyone, anytime with this app, but are consumers aware of this convenience?

Your Kids Can Have a Million-Dollar Camp Experience on a Budget

Your Kids Can Have a Million-Dollar Camp Experience on a Budget

Summer is here, and the kids are ready for camp. But which camp not only fits your camper's wants and needs but is budget friendly too?

Supportive Mental Health Environment Can Save Companies Millions

Supportive Mental Health Environment Can Save Companies Millions

Keeping mental health issues in the dark at work cannot only harm employees but damage company productivity and performance levels.

As the Job Market Slows, Recent Grads Face a Rough Ride

As the Job Market Slows, Recent Grads Face a Rough Ride

A stale job market means fewer opportunities for recent college and high school grads. Where should young workers look to find the best employment opportunities?