- Financial BEAT. Wollenberg, Yvonne Chilik // Medical Economics;05/21/2001, Vol. 78 Issue 10, p12
Presents several finance-related news briefs from the United States (U.S.) as of May 21, 2001. Warning issued by the Public Research Interest Group on the deceptive marketing strategies of credit card vendors; Findings of a survey conducted by J.D. power & Associates company regarding online...
- Overspending Means Retirement Trouble. Manganaro, John // Plan Sponsor News;2015, p45
The article reports that overspending is the biggest financial mistake of some Americans, according to the Principal Financial Well Being Index for June 2015. Topics discussed include too much credit card debt of 17% of the respondents, the failure of some Americans to catch on retirement...
- By the Numbers. // Employee Benefit News;Sep2006, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p66
The article presents statistics on a variety of topics including the percentage of respondents who agree that it is very difficult to pay off education debts, the percentage of respondents who indicated satisfaction with current level of retirement savings and the factors that than affect the...
- Taxed to the Max. Newberry, Jon // ABA Journal;Mar2000, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p98
Discusses issues on the use of retirement savings to pay off high-interest debts. Annual interest rate charges of credit cards; Determinants of the true cost of withdrawing retirement savings.
- Should card rates fall with the prime? // ABA Banking Journal;Sep85, Vol. 77 Issue 9, p46
Examines the loopholes of the evolution of bank card system in the U.S. Results of the funding strategy; Internal costs of funds; Technical changes of the bank cards.
- Credit Card Caper. // Management Review;Sep70, Vol. 59 Issue 9, p54
Reports on the problems encountered by some companies who neglected to call in credit cards issued to former employees. Post-employment bills; Inability to declare loss or theft.
- Gray areas. Pickard, Jane // People Management;07/29/99, Vol. 5 Issue 15, p31
Focuses on the retirement dilemma facing aged workers in Great Britain. Views expressed by older workers; Regulations published by the Inland Revenue; Changes adopted by several companies to its retirement scheme. INSETS: The elder statement;Shy of retiring;Continuing professionals;Not over...
- With market in decline, more delay retirement. // Indianapolis Business Journal;9/30/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 29, p24A
Reports the factors influencing aged employees to postpone retirement in the U.S. Insufficiency of Social Security trust fund to pay benefits; Changes in government policy; Life expectancy and the availability of medical care.
- feedback. // Money (Australia Edition);Dec2013, Issue 163, p12
Letters to the editor are presented in response to articles published in previous issues including one about the employment problem facing seniors, a story about credit card trap, and the implementation of a personal identification number (PIN) system to replace Visa credit card transactions.