Every year when flu season begins, rumors begin flying and old myths pop back up. We are here to help you recognize what’s fact and what is fiction.
For more than a year, the markets have been fueled by low interest rates, quantitative easing (the Federal Reserve injecting money into the economy), and stimulus and relief legislation from the Federal government aimed at easing the cost of the shutdown following COVID.
We have all recognized and experienced the difficulties of working during the COVID-19 pandemic, but one of the more vulnerable employee populations has been working mothers.
It’s very likely that in the last year, you postponed a medical appointment. It’s also very likely that it had something to do with COVID-19.
Whether you’re creating a budget, saving for retirement, establishing a debt payoff plan, or sending your child to college, everyone can learn a thing or two when there are financial experts at your fingertips.
The majority of people who have health care insurance obtain it through their employers during open enrollment, though only a small minority understands the complexities of insurance well enough to feel like they made an empowered choice.