Employment

November 24, 2015

What Retirement Looks Like Today

Baby boomers are not embracing traditional retirement as we know it. In fact, the time-honored idea of packing up your desk and retiring to a beach […]
November 20, 2015

Can Churches and Nonprofits Boost Homeownership?

As part of a broader effort to attract more potential borrowers to its 3% down payment home loan product, the government-sponsored Freddie Mac is reaching out […]
November 19, 2015

More Renters Considering Home Ownership

An increasing number of renters are considering whether to purchase a home, according to a new TD Bank survey.  About 50% of renters are likely to […]
November 18, 2015

The Cost of In-State Tuition Across the Country

In-state or out-of-state?  Public or private?  The decision on where to go to college is a personal and complicated decision between child and parent.  According to a […]
November 13, 2015

The 10 Commandments of Personal Finance

Personal finance is all about how you handle money. It’s about earning, saving, investing and spending. Over time, we learn certain “best practices” when it comes to […]
November 11, 2015

In the Know: The New Student Loan Repayment Plan

The U.S. Department of Education released two regulatory packages addressing products and payment plans directed at student borrowers.  The revised Pay as You Earn plan, known as REPAYE, […]
November 10, 2015

Auto Loans Hit All-Time High

Automobile lending reached its highest level ever at the end of the third quarter while showing few signs of credit weakness, according to a recent Experian […]
November 9, 2015

Consumer Spending Up in October

Average daily spending by consumers in October totaled among the highest amounts this year and more than reports for October dating between 2009 and 2012, according […]
November 6, 2015

The Staggering Cost of Child Care

When companies don’t offer paid leave (and even when they do), most new parents are left to decide between going back to work and paying for […]