Archive for June, 2016

American Face Mounting Financial Pressure

American Face Mounting Financial Pressure

More and more Americans believe that their savings will run out before they do, according some new data from Northwestern Mutual. Northwestern Mutual, in its 2016 Planning and Progress Study, found that two thirds of Americans believe there is some chance that they will outlive their savings, with 1 in 3 (34%) saying the likelihood […]

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American Workers Are Vacation Challenged

A depressing new study finds that many Americans don’t get enough vacation days, and many are shy about taking the ones they do get. Staffing firm Accountemps conducted a nationwide survey, and found that one-third of professionals (33 percent) feel they don’t have enough vacation time. Worse yet, many Americans are nervous about taking time […]

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American Seniors in Almost All States Have Inadequate Incomes

American Seniors in Almost All States Have Inadequate Incomes

Senior citizens in 47 states and the District of Columbia have inadequate incomes, a new study from Bankrate finds. These seniors simply aren’t replacing enough of their pre-retirement incomes. Just how inadequate? Bankrate, citing financial experts, said that seniors need at least 70% of the income they earned in their working years to be comfortable […]

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Global Productivity Isn’t Improving

Global Productivity Isn’t Improving

It’s not exactly news that worker productivity has been in a slump for years. What is news is that the problem isn’t getting any better. In fact, it may be getting worse. A 2015 report from The Conference Board found that Total Factor Productivity (TFP) growth—which combines the effects of improvement in efficiency and technology […]

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Women Are Better at Moving On from a Failed Relationship

Women Are Better at Moving On from a Failed Relationship

“Women in failing marriages are less likely to regret divorce, yet more likely to place blame on their spouse,” according to a new study from legal information service Avvo. Is this a healthy thing? Avvo, in its annual study of U.S. relationship trends, asked divorced men and women who had been responsible for the end […]

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The Masters of the Universe Once Met Under a Tree

The Masters of the Universe Once Met Under a Tree

The New York Stock Exchange had really humble beginnings, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. It seems that the exchange started way back in 1792, when some two dozen merchants and brokers established an organized approach to their buying and selling. In good weather, they operated under a Buttonwood tree on Wall Street. Imagine that: […]

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Nearly Three Quarters of Students Will Graduate with Around $32,000 of Debt, Survey Finds

Nearly Three Quarters of Students Will Graduate with Around $32,000 of Debt, Survey Finds

Today’s college students need to have a keen sense of personal finance because they will graduate with a heck of a lot of debt on their books. The good news is, this new generation is serious about taking care of their money. According to survey results in online banking firm Chime’s 2016 Money Mindset Report: […]

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The Locksmith Scam Could Really Cost You

The Locksmith Scam Could Really Cost You

A helpless motorist is like catnip to a scam artist, and few motorists are as helpless as ones who have locked themselves out of their vehicles. There’s a particular kind of fake locksmith who specialize in ripping off locked-out motorists. According to (legitimate) locksmith network Pop-A-Lock, the scammers advertise online, offering lockout services at reasonable […]

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