November 15, 2016

TimParkinsonFrom a young age Americans are taught to keep a close eye on their Social Security number. After all, this unique code acts as an identifier for everything from bank accounts to medical records. If it falls into the wrong hands, all of your personal information could become compromised. To prevent this from happening, the government requires companies to keep Social Security numbers private while advising individuals to reveal it only to trusted parties.

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November 5, 2013

For too many Americans today, saving for retirement is an afterthought. Fifty-nine percent of households headed by people 65 or older have no retirement assets whatsoever. As a result, more than 7.2 million individuals over 65 were employed last year, a jump of almost 67 percent from a decade ago. A portion of these working class seniors were thrown back into the job force after the global financial crisis wreaked havoc on their nest eggs. But many more reached this Continue reading

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