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How Much Is America Really Saving?

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How Much Is America Really Saving?

Even though Americans have been busy earning money lately, they have some work to do in the savings department.

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The Debt Snowball Demystified

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The Debt Snowball Demystified

There’s been a debate raging for years about the most effective approach to paying off debt. Do people get better results by first concentrating on the debts with the highest interest rates, thus paying less interest over time?

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Big Financial Issues Facing Military Families

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Big Financial Issues Facing Military Families

With Memorial Day upon us, now’s a good time to think about the financial issues facing your team members who are either in the military or are part of a military family.

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4 Myths of Blue Collar Labor

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4 Myths of Blue Collar Labor

While some of the myths about blue-collar labor may be partially based in fact, the credibility of several myths is fading. Here are some of the biggest misconceptions about working in the trades.

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Living Paycheck to Paycheck? These Are the Friendliest States for Your Wallet

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Living Paycheck to Paycheck? These Are the Friendliest States for Your Wallet

How much does where you live impact your likelihood of living paycheck to paycheck? Let’s look at the 2017 list of top 10 states offering the best mix of median income and cost of living.

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Where Are the Best States to Retire in America?

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Where Are the Best States to Retire in America?

Once you’ve built yourself a decent nest egg and finished a long career, there’s at least one more question you need to consider before you retire: Where should you go to enjoy the most wellness in retirement?

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The Truth About Retirement in America

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The Truth About Retirement in America

According to the Federal Reserve, 31% of American workers have no retirement savings accounts at all. Of those who do have retirement accounts, the median balance is $100,000. What is happening to the comfortable American retirement?

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Great Financial Advice From American Presidents

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Great Financial Advice From American Presidents

We’re taking a moment to appreciate some of the wise advice about finances and leadership our past presidents have passed along.

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5 Ways to Reduce Workplace Stress

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5 Ways to Reduce Workplace Stress

In a recent poll by the American Psychological Association, one-third of Americans are living with extreme stress, and the primary source of that anxiety was their job.

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Is Your Team Focused on Their Work or Their Wallets?

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Is Your Team Focused on Their Work or Their Wallets?

You can be sure that when your team members are stressed about money problems, it will have an effect on their work. Here is something you can do to help.

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