Is Financial Education Part of Your Inclusion Efforts? When your organization thinks about diversity and inclusion is financial education on your radar? Here are the facts… most likely, your organization includes employees from every (financial) walk of life. There are the high earners, and the lower earners, the budgeting gurus and those that believe in…Read More about How to Help Employees with Financial Wellness
Each day, approximately ten thousand baby boomers celebrate their 65th Birthday. The age of 65 is most commonly recognized as “the age of retirement”; however, boomers are taking a different approach. While retirement used to mean the end of one’s working years, we now see a growing number of Americans working beyond the age of…Read More about I Am Retiring Happy; You Can Too!
It seems like just yesterday I was surrounded by family and friends belting out the traditional “Happy Birthday” song to commemorate my 21st birthday. Time does fly! Now, a year and a half away from my next milestone, I find myself with a growing list of responsibilities and the uplifting feeling of independence. No matter…Read More about Lessons in Saving: What I've Learned Throughout My 20s
Are you a woman who has reached mid life and now you are suddenly thinking where did the time go to? From getting through school, to getting married, to having children, to getting divorced or widowed, to taking care of your parents. No one would disagree that women go through lots of challenges and transitions. …Read More about Own Your Own Uniqueness: Here’s To Living The Best Life Ever!
This is Part Two of a two-part series documenting my journey as a millennial! To read Part One, please click here. Join me as I continue to Make My Way as a Millennial! Goal 2: Find the right job. I always dreamed that one day I would change the world; however, given my inability to…Read More about Making My Way as a Millennial: Part 2
(PART III OF A THREE PART SERIES) What does a month-long celebration on financial literacy look like? For many, that is hard to imagine. However, for those following PFP | The Family Security Plan® Community, the picture is becoming clear. We have already reviewed the concepts of earning, borrowing, saving and spending in prior…Read More about 12 Steps Towards Your Financial Freedom: Part 3
(PART I OF A THREE PART SERIES) It seems as if these days are filled with a constant focus on money. We “spend” a great amount of time throughout our lives trying to make it and spend it. One thing is for sure. When we speak to friends, family and co-workers, we all have similar…Read More about 12 Steps Towards Your Financial Freedom: Part 1