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By: Monica Victor Juggling, work, bills and the kids can be daunting. Finding the right balance between work life and family life can be challenging especially for moms with small children. Jennifer Carroll – a mother, the first female and first black elected lieutenant governor of Florida and a retired U.S. Navy lieutenant commander – [...]

 

By: Monica Victor Janet is in her late thirties and shares an apartment with her two siblings and two nieces. She has two degrees, little job experience and over $45,000 in student loan debt. Post-graduation, it took Janet a year to gain employment. She settled for a job, albeit fun, pays little – she can [...]

 

How Baby-Boomers are Changing the Way People Retire Two recent studies have revealed the latest trends in retirement: First, people are waiting to retire longer than ever before, and second, retirees report that their number one fear is affording healthcare during their retirement. Retirement experts believe that these two findings are likely linked. Joshua Kadish, [...]

 

BY:  LOUIS RAMIREZ Buying your laptop on campus can cost you more than your typical back-to-school sale. To save money, compare prices and look for deals outside your campus. Campus bookstores are renowned for their price gouging, but it turns out textbooks aren’t the only items they sell at a premium. We looked at the online [...]

 

RPG-Life Transition Specialists Explain The 401(k) has long been regarded as the standard when it comes to planning for retirement. However as Nicole Mayer AIF® CDFA™ of RPG- Life Transition Specialists points out, there are costly mistakes to avoid when stashing away your savings.  “From failing to take advantage of matched contributions to hidden fees [...]