It’s National Save for Retirement Week! The event, put together by NAGDCA, is an opportunity to promote the benefits of saving for retirement and to take full advantage of employer-sponsored retirement plans.
By Kathleen O'Malley, Creator, Frugal Portland
Christmas shopping. How does something so predictable hit us over the head, year after year? How is it that every time Thanksgiving rolls around, we’re suddenly hit with the reality of a diminished bank account and a long list of people we love?
By Barbara Miller, Financial Counselling Supervisor with LSS Financial Counseling
This blog post starts with a broad disclaimer: I am not, and never will be, a financial planner. Don’t get me wrong, I firmly believe that financial planners play a crucial role in guiding clients to a more prosperous future. And, I truly respect, and often follow, the advice of my own personal financial planner.
By Helen Trieu
PR Intern, The University Network
Don't you miss those days when back to school meant new books, pens, binders and most importantly, brand new clothes?! Today with the student loan debt skyrocketing to a whopping number two just under mortgage debt as the highest in America, shopping for back to school clothes is definitely the last thing on most college student's minds. But what if it doesn't have to be?