A new survey shows that many small-business owners are not ready for the new generation of credit cards, although they are mandated to start appearing this fall.
Village Center in Burr Ridge, Ill. is taking steps to get people to spend more time at the shopping plaza by extending its village green and installing a fire pit and permanent band shell.
This article is a briefing on the important things to know about traveling to and/or doing business in the Netherlands, along with a recipe for stroopwafels from the Netherlands. It was prepared by Mindy Lemm while an accounting student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana.
Young women looking to push personal and professional limits may find themselves drawn to atypical jobs that can turn into rewarding, lifelong careers. Here are a handful of non-traditional career paths that can provide adventure, excitement and meaningful work for young women starting their careers in the U.S. Navy.
Ccording to the survey, 52 percent of millennials showed interest in products like fixed indexed annuities that provide guaranteed lifetime income while ensuring the principal investment is never lost. So, how can millennials with nothing saved for retirement get started? Jim Poolman, executive director of the Indexed Annuity Leadership Council (IALC), provides some basic tips in this article.
A recent survey illustrated a significant lack of knowledge about Social Security among Americans. Here are some Social Security facts to help improve your knowledge.
Basics, Basics, Basics. You may hear about all kinds of get rich quick schemes but chances are following rudimentary basics will get you where you want to go the fastest.
Losing a job feels like being punched in the gut.
Often people are reluctant to proceed with their goals or take on an entrepreneurial venture if someone they know doesn’t go in on it with them. But sometimes you need to be willing to go ahead without them.
(BPT) – Recent graduates have a lot on their minds: moving, finding a job and the looming repayment of school loans. Retirement is typically low on the list of priorities, but ignoring the issue entirely can literally cost young professionals hundreds of thousands of dollars.