Forbes Award – Best in State (2022) Andrew Martin, financial advisor at Pensacola, has been named to Forbes’ 2022 list of the nation’s top financial security professionals. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, USA, October 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Andrew Martin, a financial advisor in Pensacola, Fla., has been named to Forbes’ 2022 listRead More →

Under the law, pets are considered personal property. But to their owners, they often mean more than a couch or a chair – they’re best friends, companions, and even family. The estate planning process provides an opportunity to address ongoing pet care. “Unfortunately, this opportunity is often overlooked and aRead More →

The media sector faces a host of challenges, from declining public trust to rising political interference and financial insecurity, MEP Sabine Verheyen told EURACTIV. Cross-border initiatives to address these issues are welcome, but their transparency is essential, she said, also warning that initiatives at EU level, such as the Commission’sRead More →

Global Insurance Group Prudential plc (Prudential) and Google Cloud on Tuesday announced a strategic partnership to improve the health and financial inclusion of communities across Asia and Africa. The two parties said in a statement that as part of the alliance, Prudential will leverage Google Cloud’s data analytics capabilities, secureRead More →

TIFTON, Ga. (WALB) — A financial literacy event was held in Tifton on Friday, in conjunction with FHL Bank of Atlanta. The luncheon was held at the Leroy Rogers Senior Center in Tifton and featured remarks from Tifton Mayor Julie Smith, Director of Community Investment Services at FHLBank Atlanta, ArthurRead More →

ATLANTA, Oct. 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta (FHLBank Atlanta) today joined leaders from the city of Tifton, Georgia, and other stakeholders, including banks, credit unions, housing counsellors, faith-based entities, public and private schools, builders, real estate agents, local media and other organizations toRead More →

If a financial planner doesn’t have your cash flow information, then the approach is to answer the question, “Can I live on $80,000 a year indexed after tax in retirement?” And that, in turn, reduces a lifestyle plan to just a retirement assessment, and all the “thinking” shifts to theRead More →

The Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) and the University of Rajarata, Sri Lanka (RUSL) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to improve the financial literacy of undergraduate students. The collaboration plans to promote capital markets education among undergraduate students by working together on a number of mutually beneficial strategic initiatives.Read More →

As the world was busy making up for lost time due to the pandemic, many industries were quickly adapting to new realities. Technological disruption has been a common thread in existing and emerging businesses, from e-commerce and logistics to sustainable finance and virtual assets. Blockchain has been a major technologicalRead More →

CAPRICORN (December 22-January 21) It can be a day of great achievement for Capricorns when no obstacles are expected in your way. A workaholic attitude is likely to bring appreciation to older people. It’s best not to take something that’s going well professionally for granted. Windfall gains from past speculationsRead More →

Fiji Development Bank has signed a partnership with Singapore-based Visa Worldwide Pte Ltd to develop a digital learning platform for individuals and small businesses in Fiji. FDB Managing Director Saud Minam and Patsian Low, Head of Inclusive Impact and Sustainability at Visa International, digitally signed the partnership agreement yesterday. MsRead More →

It’s hard to make perfect decisions when the world is buzzing with a global slowdown amid rising inflation. Reducing expenses, persevering and protecting wealth should be key considerations in these trying times. Even renowned economist Nouriel Roubini has warned of a possible “long and ugly” recession for the United States.Read More →

By Vasanth Kamath, Founder and CEO, smallcase There’s nothing like the peace of mind that comes with financial security. The key to financial security is covering the basics of personal finance and having a diverse mix of investments. A well-balanced portfolio can help protect you against market volatility and provideRead More →

Rebell, who has previously held various journalistic positions, specializes in personal finance topics. One of her top picks is “Smart Women Finish Rich,” which was written by her longtime colleague David Bach. Rebell recommends securities for novice investors through to seasoned savers. Loading Something is loading. Bobbi Rebel Bobbi RebelRead More →

By Mark Brown September 23, 2022 12:39 p.m. Windsor’s incumbent mayor has promised residents won’t see big property tax increases if voters give him a third term. Drew Dilkens rolled out the financial plank of his re-election platform on Friday, and he said it was done with inflation weighing heavilyRead More →

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently made a bold and much-needed addition to the Florida public school system’s curriculum by signing Senate Bill 1054, the Dorothy L. Hukill Financial Literacy Act, which will require students in the high school to take a financial literacy course. receive a high school diploma startingRead More →

Robert “Bob” H. Petrocelli, Jr. of New York Life’s Manhattan General Office has been named to Forbes’ 2022 list of Top Financial Security Professionals. NEW YORK, USA, September 23, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Robert “Bob” H. Petrocelli, Jr. of New York Life’s Manhattan General Office has been named to Forbes’ 2022Read More →

The freefincal robo advisory tool is now available on Google Sheets. You can use it to plan from start to finish for retirement (early, normal, before and after), one-time financial goals (kids education), and recurring financial goals (vacation, appliances, etc.). The tool would help anyone aged 18 to 80 planRead More →

ANAHEIM — In 2013, farmers in Haryana, India were scammed into selling their farmland at unfairly low prices. The Delhi Land and Finance land grab case, as it became known, saw many Indian families lose their means to support themselves. The incident is not isolated; there are thousands of casesRead More →

Truth, a family banking and financial education application with prepaid cards for children, was officially launched in the United Arab Emirates after 18 months of development. Last November, the app opened a waitlist following an $800,000 pre-seed funding round and outlined plans for a UAE launch in the fourth quarterRead More →

DES MOINES, Iowa–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Singapore is the world’s most financially inclusive market, alongside the United States, Northern Europe and Hong Kong, according to the first Global Financial Inclusion Index (Index) sponsored by Main financial group®. The research, conducted by the Center for Economics and Business Research and published today, examines theRead More →

DepositPhotos Money management is difficult. For small businesses, especially minority-owned ones, developing strong financial literacy skills is critical to their success. Fortunately, there are many useful resources available Lyndsae’ Peele, the founder of Kingdom Vision Consulting, notes that small business owners know how to do their job or service, butRead More →

Every business owner these days realizes that the key to a successful business is having employees happy, engaged, and motivated. However, many people still view this issue as an activity that can be managed through engagement activities that focus on professional challenges. On the other hand, the modern business worldRead More →

Officials of the island’s public school system are backing a legislative proposal that was recently introduced calling on Guam’s largest government agency to add real-world lessons to its high school. Members of Guam’s 36th Legislature introduced resolution 348-36, requesting that the Guam Department of Education incorporate financial literacy into itsRead More →

United Capital recently launched its back-to-school campaign aimed at promoting financial literacy among children. The campaign began with a workshop on financial literacy, titled: “Money savvy kid”. The initiative was inspired by an urgent need to close the financial literacy gap in the country, in order to foster a thrivingRead More →

Students in multiple New Mexico counties have free access to Nonzai’s award-winning online financial literacy program. Courtesy picture DNCU PRESS RELEASE Del Norte Credit Union provides financial literacy training to more than 11,760 students and residents in multiple New Mexico counties. Students at 92 schools and the surrounding community haveRead More →

Understanding and effectively using financial concepts and skills in your daily life is known as financial literacy. Budgeting, investing, credit management, and money management are all basic financial skills that everyone should have. Financial literacy is, in other words, the ability to manage one’s finances. Achieving many life goals, includingRead More →

Availa Bank’s Ryan Williams and Scott Bargfrede, left, donated $10,000 as a two-year contribution to the Financial Literacy Council of Greater Hamilton County for the AvailaKares 529 college savings account last week . Pictured with them, from left, are Cindy Im, Hamilton County Economic Development Director andRead More →

CFA Society Bermuda is offering its Financial Literacy Series in partnership with Bermuda College’s PACE program beginning September 28. A spokesperson said: “The popular financial literacy series, offered in partnership with Bermuda College’s PACE program, will run for four consecutive Wednesday evenings, starting September 28. Robin Masters of the CFARead More →