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What The Changing Market Means For You

There is an old expression on Wall Street that says, “Buy on the rumor and sell on the news.
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5 tips for financial and retirement planning in 2021

(BPT) - The past year has presented countless challenges, and for many, a reassessment of goals — especially when it comes to finances. A new survey shows attitude shifts including a renewed …

Study: Most Americans say they're optimistic about a brighter financial future in 2021

(BPT) - As we enter 2021, here’s one more essential item to put on your list in addition to canned goods and masks: a financial checkup. According to Fidelity Investments’ 2021 New Year …

10 of the most common workers' compensation claims

How many Americans suffer from injuries at work? Simply Business examined data published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health to find the 10 most common injury claims for workers' compensation.

States with the most venture capital investments into woman-led startups

Propel(x) ranked the top 15 states with the most venture capital investments in women-founded/co-founded startups using data from PitchBook.   

Avoiding financial problems

Fraud Watch: Avoiding COVID-19 Related Medicare Scams

(BPT) - Medicare fraud is not a new issue and long predates the pandemic, but during times of crisis, scammers often get more aggressive and creative with targeting seniors. Scammers have taken ample …

First steps in retirement planning – for all Americans

(BPT) - Even if you’re young, newly employed or haven't yet started to save for retirement, many financial professionals agree planning is key to achieving a sense of security for your future. …

Emotional Investing And Social Media

(NAPSI)—When it comes to gathering information to make an investment decision, investors have access to a variety of online information sources, from investment platforms to news and social media. …

Tax Prep Tips You Need Now from Financial Pros

(NewsUSA) --Tax time is just around the corner, and although many people still face various degrees of financial upheaval in the wake of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the IRS now says that taxes …
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Here's how US credit card debt has changed in 5 years
How much credit card debt have Americans paid down in the last five years? Experian looked at the average credit card balance at the national and state level.
10 terms to know about diversity, equity, and inclusion workplace policies
JobSage compiled a list of terms to better understand how diversity, equity, and inclusion fit in the workplace.   
Top cities where professionals are relocating
Angi examined LinkedIn's June 2022 Workforce Report data to see where people have been moving within the U.S. for work over the past year.
Manufactured home sales are skyrocketing—here's why
Stacker examined data from the U.S. Census' Manufactured Housing Survey to see how manufactured home prices have changed in recent years.
Summer Jobs Boost Kids’ Money Management Skills
(NewsUSA) - Summer is here, and the job market for teens is hot. More travel and activities this summer are driving the need for teen workers to fill jobs as lifeguards, house sitters, dog …

Strategic Money Moves for Young Adults

(NewsUSA) -  For young adults starting out, money management can be a challenge. You may be navigating rent, car payments, monthly bills, food and also student loans. Many young adults are …

4 Ways Financial Planners Can Help Small Business Owners Succeed

(NewsUSA) - Small business owners have special financial needs and opportunities. You must navigate unique tax benefits and responsibilities, cash flow analyses, business credit and debt …

Smart Post-Graduation Financial Plans Will Pay Off

(NewsUSA) - College graduates have a lot to think about -- finding a job, finding a place to live and finding a way to manage their finances. Whether you have graduated with or without student …

Why 529 Savings Plans Could Be an Opportunity You Don’t Want to Miss

(NewsUSA) - The COVID-19 pandemic didn’t change it.   Neither has the inflation we’re currently experiencing. In fact, if anything, Americans’ belief in the importance of saving for …

Cash Back Credit Cards Help Curb Inflation

(NewsUSA) - Whether you are at the gas pump, the grocery store or even shopping online, the higher prices resulting from the current state of inflation are hitting everyone hard. Fortunately, smart …

6 tips to pay for your child's college education

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6 tips to pay for your child's college education

(BPT) - College tuition bills are due right around the corner. It’s true that college can be expensive, but knowing all of the different financing options available and making a plan can help you and other parents find peace of mind.

6 tips to pay for your child's college education

(BPT) - College tuition bills are due right around the corner. It’s true that college can be expensive, but knowing all of the different financing options available and making a plan can help you and other parents find peace of mind.

6 tips to pay for your child's college education

(BPT) - College tuition bills are due right around the corner. It’s true that college can be expensive, but knowing all of the different financing options available and making a plan can help you and other parents find peace of mind.

4 Top-of-Mind Questions from College Students Filing Taxes for the First Time

(BPT) - Are you in college, or a recent graduate getting ready to file your taxes for the first time? You probably have many questions, such as how to file, whether you can get any tax breaks, and …

Experts Share Advice on Confusing Tax Situations Created by Pandemic

In 2020, Americans experienced firsts across virtually every aspect of life. Now, with an extended tax deadline of May 17 approaching, the implications for such an unusual year have some people wondering how all those changes might affect their tax refund.

Protect Yourself Against the Unexpected

A financial emergency may have previously seemed like a “not me” scenario, but it’s now a reality many families across America are dealing with as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the economy.

Smart Clicks: How to shop online like a pro

To make your online shopping experiences more efficient and successful, consider these tips from Kellie Brown, fashion influencer and author of the “And I Get Dressed” blog.