Vacation: It’s a Family Affair

Say “summer” and most people think “vacation.” The reality is that most adults work year-round, and some seasonal workers may even be busier in the summer than during other seasons. Children of working parents may continue to have schedules just...

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Millennials and Retirement: the To-Do List

Retirement saving is not on most millennials’ list of top priorities. That may be why many experts expect that millennials will not be able to retire until well into their 70s. In fact, according to Gallup’s 2014 Economy and Personal...

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Women and Financial Education

We don’t graduate students from high school until they know how to read and write, and we don’t give out driver’s licenses to people who can’t pass tests showing they know the rules of the road and how to handle...

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Retirement Planning: How to Get Started

Retirement is typically one of the top financial goals you’ll be working toward. It may be the furthest out but any good financial plan starts with calculating how much money you’ll need to live on during your retirement years, putting...

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Food for Thought This March

The average American family spends over $7000 per year on food. Over 40 percent of that amount is for food eaten away from home. That’s about $135 per week, $54 of which is eaten in restaurants. But are we getting...

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Are You Indispensable?

Perhaps you’re frequently told—by colleagues at work, family members, or friends—that they don’t know what they’d do without you. Of course, it makes you feel important. But perhaps you’re being given a bit of a back-handed compliment. Any good manager...

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