Personal Finance

  1. Why Financial Wellness for Women Takes a Lot Longer

    Financial wellness for women is often harder to achieve. Wage gaps, workplace norms, and career opportunities all affect how women prepare for the future. Retirement Age For starters, women tend to live longer than men. As much as five years longer. This can make it difficult to plan for retirement, both by themselves and with…

  2. Employee Financial Stress Has Many Sources

    A recent MetLife survey asked employees about their top sources of financial stress. It found that employees have very different short and long-term financial stressors. Slow wage growth and rising living costs are often the root causes of this stress. Employers focus on helping both short and long-term stressors when creating benefits plans. Long Term…

  3. Save on Vacation This Summer with These 9 Tips

    As summer vacation gets closer, many travelers are looking to book their dream trip. Save on vacation this summer with these handy travel tips. Watch Exchange Rates Not sure where to go on vacation? Look for countries that have favorable exchange rates. There are many beautiful places to travel to where you can stretch your vacation…

  4. Ways to Help Your Employees Save for Summer Vacation

    Summer vacation is still a few months away. But you should start preparing your employees to save money on summer vacation now. The average American family racks up about $1,100 in debt to go on vacation. Why not equip your employees with some money saving tips to help them avoid additional debt? Encourage Employees to…

  5. 7 Ways to Boost your Finances and Budget in 2019

    Unemployment rates are at a 10-year low. Unfortunately, many Americans still feel unsure about their financial future. Here are some tips to boost your finances in 2019. 1. Boost your emergency fund Most Americans don’t have enough money in savings to cover an emergency. Try to build an emergency fund that can act as a…