Study reveals new 'women of influence' trend: 57% out-earn husbands. Even stay-at-home moms have gained financial prowess.
Credit.com poll reveals 84% of respondents say its extremely or somewhat likely they will begin reducing outstanding balances in 2014.
Lowest level in two decades of research, LIMRA says.
Study shows 77% of senior financial services managers would consider ending relationships because of compliance concerns.
The percentage of American workers who believe the economy will improve in 2013 has risen by 11 percentage points in just one quarter.
USAA forecasts higher sales among holiday shoppers in a summary of results from the company’s fourth annual holiday spending survey of 1,011 adult consumers.
Though 65% of small businesses say the Internet is critical to their success, one quarter of female business owners are uncertain about risk.
Two-thirds of baby boomers who are within 10 years of retirement say that rising health care costs have greatest effect on outlook.
Most U.S. workers believe their companies’ employees benefits can be substantially improved, according to a new report.
More than half say presidential election will not impact their decision.