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10 Scary facts about retirement

Some prepare for retirement by planning extended vacations or travel. Others meet with trusted professionals with increasing frequency. Some simply adopt new hobbies to fill their time. While you’re exploring the new opportunities the next […]


Pay it forward: Financial wellness for employees

Are your employees experiencing financial stress? With money still a taboo topic for many, the people who work for you may be suffering in silence, bringing unspoken financial stress to their jobs. A survey by […]

Business boosters: Tips for building a team

When you’re running your own business, you know each hire is critical — particularly when the headcount is minimal. Of the small businesses in the U.S. that have employees, 89 percent have fewer than 20 […]

Financial fixes: Beware of market bubbles

Centuries before the crash of 1929, the dot-com bust, and cryptocurrency, there was the tulip bulb in the Netherlands. 1 In the 1600s, the country’s emerging middle class began to fawn over the flora and display […]

Navigating the ups and downs of business cash flow

You’re at the amusement park, waiting to board the roller coaster. You can see the whole track as you stand in line. Peaks that seem to pierce the clouds. Dizzying descents. You climb into the […]

Beyond the breadwinner: Is your household protected?

Do you think of your spouse or life partner as your “better half”? If so, you know that your relationship is more than just two people meeting halfway. In a life partnership — and in […]

Money pride: Building financial confidence in the LGBTQ community

Collectively, the LGBTQ community has mega-watt buying power. One study in 2019 estimated that people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or queer spend $3.7 trillion in the global economy every year.1 On an […]

Bringing gender balance to your financial protection strategy

According to the Insurance Information Institute, whether or not they work outside the home, women contribute to the economic well-being of their family in important ways – from taking care of the household to acting […]

Don’t go in the red this Valentine’s Day

As Valentine’s Day approaches, the allure to overspend is high. The thrill of planning an expensive getaway or shopping for just-right gifts that make our loved ones’ faces light up can bring us joy. But […]

Financial fixes: How to get out of the minimum payment vortex

Did you know that U.S. households carry nearly $7000, in revolving credit card debt from month to month?1 By making only minimum payments and piling new debt on top of old, many of us start […]

In your 20s? Then start saving now

Chances are, if you’re in your 20s, saving for retirement is the last thing on your mind. After all, you may still be paying down student loans, and dealing with credit card debt. You may […]

You can DIY guaranteed income with these 3 tips

You’ve probably heard of DIY or do-it-yourself. From home improvement to knitting to repairing your own electronics, the DIY mentality can be applied to almost any endeavor. But did you know it’s possible to DIY […]

Creating financial wellness with what you’ve got right now

If 2020 shook your financial confidence, you’re not alone. Perhaps you or a loved one faced a career setback in the economic crisis. Maybe you or a family member got sick and ran up debt […]

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