March Madness is here and that means millions of people are preparing to furiously fill in brackets, hoping to capitalize on workplace pools around the country.
Naturally, self-made billionaire Warren Buffett has set the standard: He offers $1 million a year for life to any Berkshire Hathaway employee who correctly guesses which teams will make it to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA men's college basketball tournament. Odds are your office pool pales in comparison.
Still, even a more modest incentive can be tempting. But what's the safest way to play? How can you hedge your bets so that you can make sure March Madness works for you?
There's a way.