Tuwanda Coleman is joined by founder and CEO, John Wark, of Nashville Software School to discuss their recent anniversary and how they are helping the community on this episode of Plus Side of Nashville.
"While I need money, sometimes those horrible deliveries and the pay are not worth it."View Entire Post ›
Certain retirement purchases, like big houses and expensive boats, are often regretted by retirees. However, there are other purchases that act more as investments. Retirement at Any Age: Get Top...
The average American is saving less for retirement than you might think. A recent GOBankingRates survey found that 38% of Americans think they will need less than $500,000 to retire -- a far cry from...
Costco was one of the companies at the forefront of raising their minimum wage to $15 (it's now $16), but the pay is only one of the job perks that come along with working at the warehouse club....
According to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are currently 6 million Americans who are unemployed. Though that's still less than pandemic levels, it's not exactly...
- Detroit Free Press
General Motors Co. said employees working remote will return three days in person starting later in the year. Since the pandemic, workers have been remote.
- Business Insider
General Motors has told its corporate staff they'll soon need to work in the office 3 days a week, partly reversing CEO Mary Barra's flexible-working policy
GM is changing its remote-working policy as it prepares to launch as many as 22 electric vehicles by 2023.
- Motley Fool
Getty Images The term "quiet quitting" has gone viral recently, particularly on TikTok. Not only is it a catchy phrase, but it also taps into many people's pent-up frustration with work. A recent Gallup poll showed that as much as half the American workforce is quiet quitting.
It's not an uncommon occurrence for someone to retire and then realize they don't have enough money set aside in savings. While careful retirement planning should be able to mitigate this risk,...
- LA Times
The overall job market may be softening, but employers of truck drivers, fast-food cooks and solar roof installers can't hire fast enough.
The discounter gains 1.5 million new customers in 12 weeks, says UK chief executive Giles Hurley.
Expenses change as you grow older, and they keep changing even after retirement. This creates numerous challenges figuring out how big a nest egg to build while you're still working. It's almost...
One often-overlooked aspect of retirement planning is the effect of taxes. Without proper planning, taxes can take a significant bite out of your nest egg. Find Out: 5 Places in Florida Where You...
- The Desert Sun
California's FAST Act, designed to improve working conditions and pay rates for fast food workers, will cost jobs and hurt restaurant owners
Planning for retirement requires thoughtful money management and careful planning. When it comes to retirement, curious glances at what other Americans are doing to prepare are a helpful way of...
Just because you've retired from your primary career doesn't mean you're finished working. In fact, some retirement advice is to keep working at least part time. Retirement at Any Age: Get Top...
In the past, checking your estimated social security amount meant waiting for the Social Security Administration to send you updates on your personal estimated benefit amounts. Social Security: Can I...
- Business Insider
Oil prices will head back toward $100 per barrel as a supply crunch returns to the energy market, JPMorgan says
Despite global economy fears, "our balances continue to suggest that surpluses observed over summer will turn into deficits starting from October."
FedEx pilots protest a lack of a new pilot contract with the peak shipping season is just weeks away.
Social Security is slowly running out of money — here's what you need to do to protect your retirement
Long story short: the sooner you act, the easier it'll be.