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PSNC 2017: A Shift in Educating Participants—What Is Financial Wellness?

In the past, teaching participants about their retirement plan centered on investment topics such as the difference between small-cap and large-cap funds. Today, participant education has shifted, focusing on saving and managing debt–the true determiners of retirement readiness. As financial wellness has increasingly become a topic of interest to plan sponsors, the challenge for the […]

On Your Side | Consumer Help for Military

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) — They protect our country but who is protecting their wallets? More than 100,000 men and women in uniform become victims of financial fraud or scams every year. In 2016, 116,000 service members, veterans or spouses filed complaints with the Federal Trade Commission. 47% of those came from current or former members […]

Canadian non-mortgage debt hits $21696 as Alberta consumers struggle

A new report from credit-monitoring agency TransUnion has found that Canadians are taking on consumer debt in a healthy way – except in Alberta and other oil-dependent regions. Nationally, the first quarter of 2017 saw a 1.9-per-cent rise in consumer non-mortgage debt levels over the same quarter in 2016, to an average of $21,696. Non-mortgage […]

Juniata library to host learning courses

Charity helps residents to tune of £1million

Israel Bonds Paid a 3% Fee in 2016

The figure came as the Movement for the Freedom of Information, a nonprofit organization dedicated to government transparency, was able last week to obtain figures on how much the Israeli Finance Ministry’s New York delegation spends every year. The delegation is responsible for assisting Israel’s investor relations and managing debt sales in coordination with the […]

NGO Outlines Issues It Wants Among Priorities of New Bahamas Government

NASSAU, The Bahamas, Friday May 12, 2017 – Just hours after the Free National Movement (FNM) swept general elections on Wednesday, winning all but four seats in the 39-seat House of Assembly, one of the country’s organizations has called on the new government to give urgent attention to what it said are promises Bahamians want […]

RBA’s key concern is household spending

The Reserve Bank of Australia says its biggest concern about a property price shock is not that banks may fail, but that it could cause a sharp drop in household spending. RBA governor Philip Lowe says the nations banks very are well capitalised and will be resilient to any big fall in property prices. The […]

What To Expect When You Seek Your First Business Loan

This content is made possible by our sponsor; the views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc. Managing debt is one of the most critical aspects of building a business that lasts. Used responsibly, debt can be a powerful tool for […]

LIVESTOCK HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

Wendys Forecasts Commodity Inflation This Year — Market Talk 10:36 ET – Wendys (WEN) expects commodity cost inflation of 1.5%-2% this year, ending what had been a deflationary environment in food costs last year. In 4Q, the company had predicted flat commodity cost for this year. The cost of raw ingredients is expected to pressure […]

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