With very few exceptions, part of the American employment benefit package is receiving health care coverage. Due to the exorbitant rapid increase in premiums during the past two or three decades, employers are passing on more and more of the cost to employees. Ultimately, if the cost gets too high, making American industry uncompetitive on… Continue Reading »
Monthly Archives: September 2012
Don’t be fooled by all of the ads that tout savings, low cost and encourage you to live better by saving more. You just might be better off if you avoided them altogether. The simple fact is that everybody is trying to save money today. Retailers know it too and they use it to their… Continue Reading »
As you know, the interest rate you pay significantly impacts the amount of money you ultimately pay back to the lender over the life of a loan; the longer the term of the loan, the more money you’ll pay. What affects the interest rate you pay? The market is the biggest factor, of which you… Continue Reading »
Almost a quarter of Americans have less than $100 in their emergency savings fund, according to a recent TNS survey for CashNetUSA. Of the 1,000 participants surveyed, 22.8 percent admitted that if they needed to cover an emergency expense immediately, they would have less than $100 available. Download Full Survey Results.
Almost a quarter of Americans have less than $100 in their emergency savings fund, according to a recent TNS survey for CashNetUSA. Of the 1,000 participants surveyed, a staggering 22.8 percent reported that if they needed to cover an emergency expense within one day, they would have less than $100 available. Both males and females… Continue Reading »
Americans Facing a Drought of Rainy Day Funds: Almost One Quarter of Americans Have Less than $100 In Savings to Cover An EmergencyJason Mikula September 24, 2012
CashNetUSA.com Survey Finds Most Could Not Turn to Family Members for Loans News Release Contact: Mike Gilhooly Office: (312) 568-4230 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org FOR RELEASE ON RECEIPT September 25, 2012 CHICAGO (September 25, 2012) – Americans are facing a drought of rainy day funds to handle unexpected emergencies. Twenty-three percent of Americans have less than… Continue Reading »