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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 be to analyze the main causes of workplace distraction for employees and then determine how to eliminate those distractions and ultimately get more done. Studies have shown stress to be one of the leading causes of workplace distraction, forcing roughly 1 million people to miss work each day and costing businesses as much as $300 billion in lost productivity each year. Even when employees are present in body, they aren’t always operating at full...
June 9, 2014   |   Category: College Planning / Loans   |   Author: Tim Manni
Source - HSH The importance of first-time homebuyers to the overall health of the housing market cannot be understated. Today, the percentage of first-time buyers in the market is 29 percent, according to the National Association of Realtors, well below their peak presence of over 50 percent in 2009. One of the main drivers preventing first-time homebuyers from entering...
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...
August 21, 2014   |   Category: Future Planning   |   Author: Joanne Cleaver
Source - U.S. News, Money To remain in the workforce, you can't just keep up – you have to stay a step ahead. Leverage your experience, keep up with industry trends and calibrate your energy to stay active in the workforce after retirement. The prospect of working past the traditional retirement age of 65 has become a post-recession cliché...

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February 4, 2014
President Obama's new myRA savings accounts have overshadowed the other retirement proposal he is pushing: Curbing retirement tax breaks for the rich. His rationale is that high-income households benefit...
January 12, 2014
Jim Chilton of Financial Coach Enterprises in San Diego creates prosperity for our veterans by giving them the opportunity to work. With 33 years of financial experience, Jim founded The...
December 5, 2013
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, offering signs of a steady improvement in the labor market. Initial claims for state unemployment...
June 11, 2013
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June 11, 2013
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