Why Student Loans and Retirement Cripple Each Other

Student loans and retirement are two major financial topics at the heart of employees’ financial concerns, and they not only have a crippling effect on each other but cause a ripple that negatively effects all other financial goals. Who is affected? Around 40 million Americans have student loans, and the amount of overall student loan […] Read More

Higher Healthcare Costs Are Affecting Your Financial Habits

Did you experience higher healthcare costs this past year?  50% of employees with health insurance did.1  Statistics from a recent, reputable survey* revealed that increasing healthcare costs lead to poor financial decisions that not only prove harmful for your current situation but for your future as well.  Take a moment to understand the potential harm […] Read More

Are Your Peers Saving More for Retirement Than You Are?

The Employee Benefit Research Institute did a study of how much money people have saved for retirement based on their age.1  Whether you’re twenty, sixty, or somewhere in between, see how you compare to your peers with savings in an Individual Retirement Account (IRA). Take a look at the age ranges below and the average […] Read More