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When a Key Player Retires, It’s a Whole New Ballgame

  After more than a year of social distancing, lockdowns, business closures, virtual meetings, and countless other challenges, recovery seems to be on the horizon. It’s tempting to see this return to “normal” through rose-colored glasses, but planning now for…

COVID-19 Exposed Outdated Software as a Barrier to Growth at Companies

  COVID-19 has challenged businesses around the world to maintain day-to-day processes while moving to a fully work-from-home environment. It seems nearly every professional registered for a videoconferencing account last March, but the pandemic’s longest lasting impact on businesses will…

Expert: How to Buy Stuff That Lasts

NEW YORK (AP) — Savvy consumers consider price, performance and reliability when making a major purchase, such as a car or home appliance. The greatest of these is reliability — particularly lately. Supply chain disruptions can mean long waits for…

In Your Debt: 3 Times Debt Can Be a Helpful Tool

NEW YORK (AP) — In some corners of the personal finance advice world, getting into debt is just about the worst thing you can do. And yes, some forms of debt — particularly those that charge high interest rates —…

Goldman Sachs Program Boosting Minority-Owned Small Businesses

NEW ORLEANS — Black entrepreneurs are starting businesses at higher rates than other groups. In the face of systemic barriers, we’ve built businesses from the ground up, transformed our communities and contributed meaningfully to the economy. In the words of…

Opinion: Credit Unions Were Built for Times Like This

NEW ORLEANS — Many experts think that the U.S. is heading toward a recession. With the upward pressure on fuel prices, consumers are being squeezed at the pump, at the grocery store and beyond. Sixty-four percent of households are living…

Millennial Money: When Is It OK to Be Selfish with Money?

NEW YORK (AP) — Amid rising inflation, interest rates and recession worries, money is getting tighter for many folks — and probably for you. Yet there may be charitable organizations you want to support, friends or family asking for financial…

3 Ways to Tap into Telemedicine

NEW ORLEANS — One silver lining of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the wider adoption of virtual care, a trend that has staying power even as many people have returned to in-person appointments. In fact, 73% of people expect to…

How To Buy a House With Bad Credit

NEW YORK (AP) — Buying a home is integral to the "American Dream," but it is increasingly out of reach for many hard-working adults. The property market has been highly competitive over the last year because housing supply has shrunk…

Construction Community 'STANDS' Against High Suicide Rates

NEW ORLEANS — Each year in September, the mission of the Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention (CIASP) is to promote suicide awareness and prevention by helping construction industry businesses and affiliates use their tools and resources as a way…

5 Strategies to Help Avoid Unexpected Medical Bills

NEW ORLEANS — Nearly everyone wants to save more money, including when it comes to paying for medical care. To help encourage that, various recent federal regulations have spurred a greater focus on health care cost transparency, both by hospitals…

3 Steps to Lower the Cost of Your Debt

NEW YORK (AP) — Does the thought of dealing with your debt make you want to go back to bed? More than 1 in 5 Americans (22%) are likely to put off creating a debt payoff plan, according to a…

Consumers: ‘Everything Is Terrible but I’m Fine’

NEW ORLEANS —  In a recent issue of The Atlantic, Derek Thompson wrote that there “is a growing American tendency to be catastrophically gloomy about the direction of this country, even as we’re resiliently sunny about our own household’s future.” …

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