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May 20, 2013   |   Category: Wellness   |   Author: Nancy Palmer
Source - O Magazine While the market plunges, free-floating anxiety is rising. How to cope with all the excess worry? Nancy Palmer reports on a few soothing ideas. Money anxiety disorder: That's what you might call the latest American epidemic (the acronym, conveniently, would be MAD). According to a survey in October by the American Psychological Association, 80 percent of us find the recent financial crisis a significant cause of stress—up from 66 percent last April—and women are bearing the brunt of the worry, reporting greater concern over job stability and health problems affecting their families, for example, than men are. "Money is a safety net, as in, 'I may not be able to count on people, but I can count on my cash,'" says the APA's public education coordinator for Pennsylvania, David Palmiter,...
December 6, 2013   |   Category: Future Planning   |   Author: Robert Berger
Source - Daily Finance Successful retirement planning is not one size fits all. Retirement planning for a millennial just doesn't fit retirement planning for a baby boomer who is nearing retirement. There are several reasons planning should be custom fit. First, there are several economic unknowns for those many years away from retirement. From market returns to inflation and...
May 1, 2013   |   Category: Future Planning   |   Author: Glenn Llopis
Source - Forbes How many times have you been in a meeting and someone says to you, “That’s a great idea, you should take the initiative and make it a reality.” What typically happens? Most of the time – nothing. Most great ideas remain dormant because people don’t have the courage, resources, time and/or money to take action. And for...
March 24, 2014   |   Category: Education   |   Author: Odysseas Papadimitriou
Source - San Diego Union Tribune Experts say workplace financial literacy can reduce stress, boost productivity We all want more productive employees. Getting more out of the people you already have is obviously far more cost-effective than hiring to pick up the slack. The question is how to squeeze blood from that proverbial rock. One logical approach would...

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