Think the current administration’s redistributionist tax plans—its desire to “spread the wealth around”—are fair? The way I see it, they’re profoundly unfair.
By Jodi Prohofsky, Ph.D., LMFT, Senior Vice President, Health Management Operations, CIGNA
The jobs picture in the U.S. remains weak. Unemployment numbers announced Friday held steady at near 10% while the rate including discouraged workers rose slightly to 16.8%. What is to be done?
In the February e-newlsetter, Lydia Ashanin of Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC) drew a very compelling connection between the health and wellness of today’s youth (future employees) and the future
In much of the analysis of the causes of the financial crisis a frequent claim is that too little regulation of banks and financial institutions was a primary culprit. But what if instead of too little regulation, faulty regulation played an important role?
If you think about it, every person will inevitably require managing money. Credit, money management, and savings discipline are all an everyday and integral component for operating a successful adult life. So how is it our youth not receive basic and consistent financial education? Believe me, I agree that history, science, mathematics, and language arts are important, but in my opinion, money management is more important.
Hello and welcome to the NCF’s first blog! As the new executive vice president of NCF, I’d like to start off by expressing my excitement for all of our upcoming programs and events including the U.S. Chamber’s recently launched American Free Enterprise. Dream Big. campaign.