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November 26, 2014

ID Thieves Love the Holidays Too

Our shopping habits put us at greater risk for identity theft during the holidays. We’re doing more shopping online, using our debit cards more frequently, and […]
November 11, 2014

Veterans Day Facts & Trivia

Each November 11, the nation pauses to honor the men and women who served in the Armed Forces. But not everyone knows the history and traditions […]
October 9, 2014

5 Simple Ways to Cut Down Your Grocery Bill

Most of us have a love-hate relationship with the grocery store. Some coupon-savvy families squeak by on less than $300 a month, while others jam-pack their […]
September 18, 2014

Caregiving Costs Affect Finances, Employment & Retirement

More and more Americans are caregiving for loved ones, with 42% of working adults reporting they’ve provided unpaid care for an older family member within the […]
July 18, 2014

"Normal" Housing Levels Still a Ways Off

Consumer confidence in the housing market has trended upward significantly during the recovery but continues to be less than needed to return to “normal” housing levels, […]
July 9, 2014

The Rise of the Stay-At-Home Parent

The number of parents who are staying at home with their children is on the rise, and it isn’t just an increase in stay-at-home moms, either. […]
February 13, 2014

Let's Stay Together: Retirment-Age Women Most Loyal

Will your spouse remain faithful?  A recent Russell Investments survey found that 78% of Gen X and 93% of “Silent Generation” women said they would stay […]
July 18, 2013

Babysitting: By The Numbers

If you’re lucky enough to score a babysitter for a Friday night out, the question of how much to pay that babysitter is inevitable. And because […]
July 16, 2013

Are We Raising a Nation of Spenders or Savers?

It’s not exactly a secret that kids look to their parents for money, starting with allowances when they’re young and sometimes escalating to loans when they’re […]