Your Boss Thinks You Won’t Be Ready to Retire at 65
And employees agree
Gregory Cox is a multimedia freelance journalist working out of Seattle. He worked as a breaking news intern for the Palm Beach Post and later as an intern for the Palm Beach Daily News. He formerly worked as managing editor of the FAU student newspaper, where he covered the school’s Student Government.
And employees agree
And they’re more stressed about money than their parents and grandparents
People say sinking money into the housing market is the safest way to shore up cash, but is it?
Just not for the middle class.
More Americans are reconsidering whether they should own their house.
Job market gains and a decrease in inflation are playing a huge role in growth
But they’re looking to change that by improving their credit scores
And understand they need credit to buy them, even if it might mean fewer lattes
People don’t want to negotiate salary based on their previous pay
And cyber security professionals are expecting more to come
People who move more often pay more than those who don’t.
And many predict a major cyber attack against the U.S. in the next two years.
More money and more jobs are on the horizon for those in and out of the market
And the companies that have it aren’t protecting it.
Think it means being rich? Think again.
And managers are helping set the example
Despite stashing less than they should, Americans feel comfortable with their retirement savings
A bad credit score could make dating more difficult
21 years later, 529 plans get no respect — even though they save on taxes, too.
Most online shoppers do it for convenience, but is it safe?
Majority say it has an impact on their ability to get their jobs done
Hint: Avoid the west coast and head to middle America.
Study shows the typical marijuana smoker works full-time and is educated. 15 percent make over $100,000
And spending less time on vacation away from work
Not saving enough for retirement is a bigger regret than taking on too much debt
Rich or poor, hackers want your information
Study finds that women are more likely to financially prepare for the future
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