Why Your Employees’ Financial Well-Being Affects Your Corporate Brand

by William Arruda, Contributor, Eighty percent of employers report that financial stress is lowering their employees’ performance level, and it’s costing them some half a trillion dollars annually. Everything from home loans to student debt is stressing out America’s workforce; many workers don’t feel prepared to fully address these problems. Stress and anxiety cast a cloud over your […]

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10 Lessons on Money for Young People

By Jamie Kingsley, Writer at Best Product Lists When you are young, balancing between earning, spending and saving money is always a difficult problem. Please understand that you can’t rush if you want to get rich. You have to have a medium-term spending plan with clear priorities, avoid binge-spending, especially buying unnecessary items. 1. You cannot get rich in […]

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Why We Can’t Talk About Money Without Talking About Culture

by Rianka Dorsainvil, Contributor, Viewing money through the lens of culture is a relatively new concept. Historically, the financial service world has focused on money as a fairly one-size-fits-all conversation. While intentions have always been good, financial advisors (and the personal finance community as a whole) are now becoming more intentional in acknowledging the way […]

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