(BPT) - To help people set basic, foundational goals that can help put them on their own unique path toward attaining financial security, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) today announced the launch of a new mobile-friendly Spanish-language financial goal calculator on MassMutual.com/es/Latino.
(BPT) - A beloved hobby can feel like a mini vacation from everyday life. Whether it’s gardening for relaxation, photography as a creative outlet or computer coding to exercise the brain, hobbies serve as an escape from stress and boredom.
(NAPSI)—Here’s a look at how a personal stylist used technology to provide a more human touch for her clients.
(NAPSI)—For an inspiring look at one company’s success, businesses of all kinds can look to Holwick Constructors.
(StatePoint) Americans are paying more attention to their personal savings accounts, but continue to carry credit card debt, according to the 2016 Financial Literacy Survey conducted by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) and BECU, the nation’s fourth largest not-for-profit credit union.
(NAPSI)—Men and women with a taste for travel can make good money and do some good in the world when they take up a career as a U.S. Merchant Mariner.
(BPT) - Grants from individuals and families are the lifeblood of American charities. They accounted for 72 percent of the more than $350 billion in total giving in 2014, according to Giving USA. For their generosity, donors receive both tax benefits and the satisfaction of supporting causes that are important to them.
(NewsUSA) - Sponsored News - To the life insurance industry, $186 million represents the fulfillment of promises made to policy owners who turned to life insurers to protect their families' financial futures.
(StatePoint) Conventional wisdom says young people have a lot to learn when it comes to managing money, but the reality is most American college students are handling their finances carefully and conscientiously, according to “Majoring in Money: How American College Students Manage Their Finances,” a new national study from Sallie Mae and Ipsos, an independent global market research company.
(BPT) - You know your taxes are due on April 15 (or April 18 this year thanks to Emancipation Day), and you know you will either owe money or get a nice check from Uncle Sam. But you also know it’s never really that simple.
(StatePoint) In a world where technology makes it easy to “meet” virtually, many business leaders say that there’s no substitute for the real thing.