Most young adults don’t make retirement savings a financial priority. But millennials are in an ideal position to get started, because whatever they set aside will grow and accrue interest greatly over time.
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Survey: Fearing retirement, workers worry about their financial futures.
Researchers found no gender gap in pay for associates working for liberal partners in a large law firm. But for those working under conservative partners, the males got bigger bonuses.
More companies offer fitness trackers to employees, although studies conflict on whether they consistently improve employee health or save employers money on health care.
How to know whether your company is paying women less than they do men, and what to do about it.
Americans are using less vacation time: Last year, 222 million vacation days were lost because they couldn’t be rolled over, paid out or banked.
An astounding 9 percent of Washington adults expect lottery winnings to help fund their retirements, an AARP survey found.
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AARP reports finds 45 percent of statewide respondents had less than $25,000 saved for retirement, and more than a quarter had less than $5,000.
Experts say one of the biggest mistakes job seekers can make is not negotiating their starting salary, or only negotiating for what they think is fair.