This year has been both physically and mentally draining. We’ve had to adapt to remote work, juggle careers and homeschooling, miss out on important celebrations and milestones, and distance ourselves from friends and family.
When it comes to your health, it’s natural to occasionally experience some level of concern. Whether you’ve noticed a new mole or want to make sure your blood sugar falls within a healthy range, paying attention to your body and noting any unusual changes can help you get ahead of any potentially serious health issues.
Investors choosing to ‘do good’ through ESG investing assume (and trust) that the fund has done its due diligence on the companies represented. However, investors are becoming more aware of companies that ‘look good’ but are not practicing advocates for what ESG stands for.
ESG assets represent more than $40 trillion globally and expect to rise to $50 trillion by 2025, according to Bloomberg. While that number is increasing, some ESG fund tags are being removed for reasons the fund is not addressing.
2022 will have significant financial distinctions from 2021 that affect almost every retiree and retirement saver to some extent. For example, you’ll notice modifications in your tax rates and deductions, as well as changes to social security.
COVID-19 and social turbulence have dominated the past few years, and likely the world will never be the same. Adaptive working and the implications for women and other underrepresented groups haven’t been positive before or during the pandemic.
Over the last few decades, healthcare has become increasingly more specialized and fragmented. Gone are the days of the single town doctor; nowadays, you can find a different specialist for almost every part of the body.
There’s no doubt about it: Americans have a sleeping problem. According to the CDC, more than a third of Americans are not getting enough sleep on a regular basis, while roughly 70 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep problem.
The recent news of declining Social Security Administration funding has many Americans concerned for their retirement.
During the holidays it is customary to give and receive gifts, enjoy company and client-hosted parties, and attend holiday events. Titan Regulation & Advisory, a Waystone Group Company, encourages all investment advisers to be mindful of their gift and entertainment policies and procedures during the holidays.
If you want to support your health, exercise is a great place to start. Moving your body on a regular basis has both immediate and long-term benefits, from boosting your brain health to reducing your risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and certain cancers.
Growing up comes with many perks, like living life by your own rules, buying a car, getting a job, living with friends and so much more. While it’s easy to get carried away by the benefits, there are also some financial realities that young adults are faced with as they transition into adulthood.
The in-house general counsel, more often than not at young fast-growing companies, is unaware of the company’s insurance policy requirements (e.g.: timely notice, consent to counsel and rates), let alone what is even covered under the insurance policies.
Flu season is quickly approaching and with it, many questions and concerns about its interaction with COVID-19. As the pandemic continues, U.S. health officials fear the overlap of the two viruses could further worsen public health and strain healthcare systems.
Saving for retirement is an essential part of everyone’s financial foundation. Unfortunately, many Americans fail to save for retirement when other financial priorities like raising a family, medical bills and starting a business come up along the way.
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.