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Americans Stressed about Nation’s Future, APA Survey Finds

Americans Stressed about Nation’s Future, APA Survey Finds

Two-thirds of Americans say they are stressed about the future of our nation, including a majority of both Democrats and Republicans, according to the American Psychological Association’s (APA) report Stress in America: Coping with Change.

More than half of Americans (57 percent) say the current political climate is…

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Corporate Boards Still Lack Diversity

Corporate Boards Still Lack Diversity

“Diversity” has been a buzzword for corporations in recent years. As companies look to serve an increasingly diverse customer base they often tout their progress in diversifying their workforce. However, when it comes to the top positions there’s still work to be done.

This was the finding of a…

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Don’t be a Victim of Investment Fraud

Don’t be a Victim of Investment Fraud

There’s a few simple rules you can follow to avoid being a victim of investment fraud, the AARP reports.

First, let’s look at who is more likely to become a victim.

A new survey by the AARP Fraud Watch Network finds that the most susceptible typically exhibit an…

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Higher Inflation May be a Boon for Savers

Higher Inflation May be a Boon for Savers

Historically low inflation and interest rates have made life difficult for many savers in recent years. Safe savings options like CDs and interest-bearing savings accounts have paid pitifully little in APYs since the Financial Crisis made near-zero interest rates a “new normal”. This may be changing.

Fed Chair…

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When Your Exciting New Job Becomes Old Hat

When Your Exciting New Job Becomes Old Hat

When does the honeymoon end with a new job? For some, it happens on the first day – but most employees are happiest in their first year on the job, a new study from staffing firm Robert Half and Happiness Works finds.

The study shows that professionals with between one and…

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A Will to Die For

A Will to Die For

Can you believe that 6-in-10 of us American adults don’t have a will? These were the findings of a new report from senior care resource Caring.com.

It’s understandable, in a way: we don’t like to think about death, and many of us think that…

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