Hygge may not be a household world in the States quite yet, but it’s currently experiencing a popularity growth spurt and influencing the way many Americans live their lives. With origins in Denmark, the word—pronounced “hoo-gah”—roughly translates to “coziness” in English, although most Danes will argue that hygge has more to do with well-being than…
Does your company have a comprehensive “Family Caregiver Leave” policy in place? If not, it might be time to start thinking about one. 44 million family caregivers currently reside in the U.S. providing care for ill and disabled loved ones – tasks may include everything from transportation to doctor’s appointments to providing more skilled nursing…
Since the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) passed in 1993, employers have struggled to meet its regulatory obligations. Although it’s been nearly 25 years – the challenges employers are dealing with haven’t gotten any easier. Leave requests can be very complex – and can distract employers from the underlying compliance requirements. These three key…
When we are young we feel invincible. We believe time is on our side and there is plenty of time to work out financial situations once we are older. However, this is rarely the case. Check out these millennial money mistakes that can hurt you financially in the long term.
A pre-marital financial discussion is a must for those who want to establish a financial foundation and a relationship of trust and teamwork.
This is the happiest time of year, right? Family, friends, fun and food are what life is about. Except you don’t feel excited, you actually feel a bit depressed. Maybe you have the holiday blues. What do you do if this is the case? What do you do?
Disregarding work/life balance is a choice. And it is not a smart one. Those who lack this type of balance experience greater amounts of stress, which wreaks havoc on health. Here are six tips to help you if you are out of balance.
Even though our understanding and acceptance of mental illness continues to grow, we tend to make little effort to improve our own mental health. You can reduce your chances of developing mental illness like you can reduce your chances of a physical illness. Here are six ways.
Even though long-term disability insurance and long-term care insurance sound like they could be similar types of insurance, they are very different. Learn the differences between them and which one may be best for your particular situation.
Don’t miss out on a great way to ease the financial strain faced by people with disabilities by creating tax-free savings accounts, a 529 ABLES. These savings accounts do not replace benefits provided through private insurance, Medicaid, or supplemental security income.