By Jill Krasny
Slacking off isn't the only way to kiss your job goodbye. Carrying around boatloads of debt can do it too, as one stockbroker learned the hard way.
Lawyer and Forbes.com blogger Bill Singer writes about Joseph Tarnofsky (pictured above), who never told his bosses (or the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, which regulates brokers) that he was up to his knees in debt and even had judgments against him for wage garnishments.
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