Senate Finance to Vote on New Social Security Advisory Board Members
Committee will hold Wednesday open executive session to vote on new members Aaron, Chen and Cohen.
Visual Tools Help Clients Make Complex Decisions
But it’s easy to introduce bias, Anya Savikhin Samek of the University of Wisconsin-Madison says, so finding the right visual tool is important.
Finke: What Makes a Successful Retirement?
Financial advisors spend a lot of time helping clients become financially prepared for retirement. But retirement isn’t just about money.
How to Obliterate the Cost of College
Want a Stanford education without the $59,000 a year price tag? The growth in massive open online courses (MOOCs) now makes that possible.
Is the Dow Hazardous to Your Health?
It’s not a figurative question, as new research indicates that poorly performing markets result in an increase in health risks, homicides and suicides.
If the 2012 election campaign has plunged you into depression and convinced you that this country is going down the drain, an antidote could be a tour of a college or university campus.
Top 20 Colleges in Fundraising: Who’s Best at Tapping Alumni?
U.S. colleges raised $30.3 billion in 2011, an increase of 8.2% over a year earlier, according to the annual Voluntary Support of Education survey by the Council for Aid to Education.
Top 10 Best Cities for Educated Job Seekers
In a tough job market it always helps to know some of the best places to find work. More educated members of the labor force will find more opportunities in some of these cities, where the demand for education narrows the field of applicants.
The Profession Not Only Lacks Black Advisors, but Minority Clients as Well
The reality, says one advisor: "Our profession will only truly serve Blacks and Hispanics when they become affluent."
You've seen the advertisements. They show baby boomer couples planning for the "new retirement"-- energetic, youthful, purposeful. Retirement advertisements are obviously about much more than money....