Baby boomers who haven't saved enough for retirement may have an opportunity to catch up after their children move out of the home. In addition, cutting expenses and putting in a few extra years of work can help to close a retirement-savings shortfall.
Though Americans' personal financial well-being remains high, rising interest rates may be beginning to wear on them, according to first-quarter results of the Personal Financial Satisfaction Index (PFSi), which show a 1.6-point decline from the previous quarter.
The American middle class has not made the same strides that its counterparts in Western Europe have, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center. The proportion of adults in middle-income households declined in the US between 1991 and 2010 while increasing 2 percentage points in France, the study found.
Taxpayers and practitioners may believe that the cash method of accounting is only available for small businesses and individual taxpayers, but it actually can be used by a wider range of taxpayers. This article looks at who qualifies and the advantages of using the cash method.
Running an effective meeting requires following a few simple steps, beginning with setting an agenda. This article offers tips from business leaders on how to get everyone to contribute and make sure meetings are an effective use of your team's time.
The first step to developing an effective learning program is to find the gaps in your team's knowledge. A structured program with clearly defined learning objectives and a real-world focus will best fill these gaps.
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