What is a financial detox, and is a detox different than a cleanse? What about a diet? A financial detox practice will provide the tools and insights to maintain financial well-being and overall saving goals.
The Council for Disability Awareness is happy to announce the expansion of our blog to include topics of importance to employers. Our goal is to create a discussion with human resource and business leaders that covers all things related to the workplace and employee benefits. One topic we will highlight more frequently is employers’ expanding focus on employee financial health and wellness.
Our first few years out of college often involve changing jobs, partners, and even cities a few times until we find the right career fit. It’s time to start thinking about how the financial decisions you make today will affect your future life and retirement goals.
Ethical investing. Who, or what determines the ethics of an investment? And what does that even mean? We tackle that and more
Did you know 65 percent of Americans lose sleep over financial stress? More specifically, Americans lost sleep over the cost of healthcare more than any other financial stress. That’s a significant increase from the previous year. Here is why
How soon should you talk about money with your kids? When it’s the right time to teach your kids financial literacy? Where should you start? We explore that and more
How much raising a child costs? According to The U.S. Department of Agriculture $233,610 from birth through age 17. Here we share five ways to decrease the cost of raising a child.
You have started to budget. That is a major step in financial responsibility. Here are a few of the more common expenses that many people forget to budget for. The good news? Budgets are not set in stone, so if you forget this time, you will remember next time.
Renters insurance provides insurance coverage for belongings that are stolen, damaged, or lost. It also provides liability coverage should someone become injured on your premises. Is renters insurance worth it? Find out here.
Debit cards are great because they limit your ability to charge more than you should financially. But there are debit card dangers you should be aware of. For instance, the level of purchase protection is not as good as it is with credit cards.