In The Hollow Men, poet T.S. Eliot famously said the world would end “not with a bang but with a whimper.”
As data breaches dominate news cycle after news cycle – at a seemingly exponential rate – have federal policymakers started to pay attention to the issue?
Recent data show that the retirement savings of millennial and baby boomer women continue to lag behind their male peers.
While many Americans have been Googling the term “currency manipulation” over the last two days, one White House adviser has been enjoying the spoils of victory after a nearly decade-long policy fight.
Dr. Daniel Crosby, Chief Behavioral Officer of Brinker Capital put together this client approved list of money advice.
About a decade ago, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) called Washington, D.C. “the city of the perishable.” The speaker was talking about legislation.
Washington Update: Don't Believe the Hype - Democratic Presidential Candidates Aren’t Likely to Implement Most of Their Financial Services Proposals
If you are like most of professional Washington, you spent most of today glued to around-the-clock coverage of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s testimony before two House committees and are about to start packing for summer vacation. And good news! The Beltway’s summer lull will be longer than usual this year.
Washington Update: On Facebook Libra, Washington Finds Unfamiliar Ground - Decisive Reaction to Innovation
It is not easy to get President Donald Trump and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell to agree on pretty much anything these days, but Facebook appears to have defied the odds and done it. Neither man much likes the social media giant’s plans to develop and offer Libra, a digital currency, to its more than two billion users.
The demands placed on the health care system and the need for long-term care options continue to rise. The question of whether Americans have adequately prepared for their future health and long-term care needs will be answered in the coming years as a wave of baby boomers retire.
Everyone needs to take time to consider what they are leaving behind. What is left behind is often far more than can be measured in monetary terms. In addition to material worldly assets, a person leaves behind a legacy representing their values, plans, beliefs and cherished memories.
Women have made incredible strides, both professionally and personally, in the last half-century. Despite the professional and financial successes that women in the workplace have earned in recent generations, they are still facing personal issues and unresolved challenges.
People are living longer than ever before. However, while advances in medicine, health, nutrition and fitness have extended the lifespan of Americans, the number of years they spend in retirement has not changed much over the last generation because they are also working longer.