Money & Finance
Mom to mompreneur [Infographic]
Now in its third year, the Huggies(R) MomInspired(R) Grant Program is awarding $15,000 to 11 new mompreneurs. Each grant recipient’s unique baby or child care business, product or service helps make life as a parent easier and more enjoyable. A recent Huggies MomInspired survey shares more about the mompreneur community – from inspiration, to funding and work-life balance. * 84 percent of mompreneurs say becoming a mom encouraged innovation and creative thinking * 76 percent of mompreneurs...
Stay warm this winter: home heating tips for tricky spaces
When cold winds blow, it can be tricky to keep different rooms throughout your home at the right temperature - especially if you have old and drafty windows, tight spaces or room additions to work around. It can also be challenging to ensure economical comfort without having to do a major heating system overhaul. Yet the...
Button-up your home for winter
As the leaves turn and fall to the ground, it's time to start thinking about "buttoning up" your home for winter to keep you and your family healthy and comfortable, your belongings safe and high energy costs at bay.
Small improvements indicate Americans taking steps toward better credit
When you're struggling with thousands of dollars of debt, saving a few bucks here or there may seem like a drop in the bucket. Yet in financial terms, those drops add up, and can ultimately create a more positive overall picture. That seems to be the case for the country, as evidenced by a recent report on credit scores ...
Female breadwinners face financial uncertainty
Busy is the buzzword for today's working woman. Whether she is self-employed or works outside of the home, there's a good chance she also juggles tasks like raising children, caring for aging parents, and making time for personal relationships. Recent statistics also show that women are shouldering much of the financial responsibility when it comes to the household income.
Infant to senior: How identity theft is affecting every generation
An infant's Social Security number is used in a credit card application. A 10-year-old's identification information is used to apply for a car loan. Grandpa gets an email claiming that he won the lottery and needs to provide information to collect the winnings. Today, identity theft can occur to anyone, not just middle-a...
Tips and tools to save money this open enrollment season for health insurance
The leaves are changing colors, children are back in school, and football rules the weekends once again. But don't forget another annual fall tradition - benefits open enrollment. This is the time of year when millions of employees across the country have a chance to review their benefits provided by their employer and decide what programs to enroll in or change for the following year.
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