Finances

Thu
25
Apr

Financial literacy education at work

The economy may be showing signs of improvement, but research shows employees are still not confident about their own financial situations.
In fact, according to the Federal Reserve, American workers spend an average of 28 hours a month stressing about finances. It’s a situation that can cost employers $5,000 a year per employee in lost productivity. Help for struggling employees may be right outside their cubicle through workplace financial education.

Thu
14
Mar

The American Taxpayer Relief Act: What it means to your wallet

In the days leading up to the end of 2012, all eyes were on the fiscal cliff. Would Congress vote to avert it? If not, what would that mean to America’s taxpayers?

Tue
12
Mar

Study up to find money for college

When it comes to obtaining financial aid for college, timing is key.

Thu
26
Jan

How to recognize a foreclosure rescue scam

The recent mortgage crisis has left the door open for fraudulent foreclosure "rescue" professionals who use half-truths and outright lies to sell services that promise relief and then fail to deliver.

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