Employment

June 12, 2015

What to Buy This Month: June

If you’re thinking about what to buy in June, take comfort in knowing that the warm weather, wedding season, and hurricane season all bring discounts this […]
June 11, 2015

Americans' Housing Optimism Gains Momentum

Consumer attitudes about the housing market showed marked improvement last month, strengthening the case for a lift in housing activity this year, according to results from […]
June 10, 2015

Student Debt, Downpayments Biggest Hurdles for Homebuyers

Many millennials carry a lot of debt from their education. Real estate agents and bankers say that’s one of the biggest problems they often encounter with […]
June 5, 2015

Class of 2015 Carries the Most Student Debt in U.S. History

The class of 2015 is reaching new heights, though perhaps not the way it had hoped.  College graduates this year are leaving school as the most […]
June 4, 2015

Retirement Confidence Rises Slightly

In yesterday’s blog post, we discussed ways to ensure that you’ll have enough during your Golden Years.  Today, we focus on retirement confidence.  Slightly more than half, […]
June 3, 2015

Will You Run Out of Money in Retirement?

It happens so often, you may not even notice it anymore – that flutter of anxiety you feel in the pit of your stomach whenever someone […]
May 29, 2015

The Cheaper the Home, the Higher the Borrowing Cost

Small loan amounts are offered at more expensive rates than those of higher amounts, according to an analysis of loan requests and quotes on Zillow Mortgages. […]
May 21, 2015

A Prescription to Deal With Medical Debt

If you’re facing big bills from a medical emergency, you probably have a million questions: Where do I start? What am I supposed to do? How […]
May 18, 2015

Financial Advice for New Grads

A lot of colleges don’t do a great job educating students about topics that often have real-life implications.  U.S News & World Report offers the following advice […]