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[INFOGRAPHIC]: Facts on the Debate Over Payment Card Security

You've probably heard suggestions from some in the retailing community that technologies like "chip and PIN" are the panacea to data breaches and payment fraud. This infographic will provide you with some facts which will, hopefully, help you see through the attempts at obfuscation and misdirection you'll hear from the other side of this issue. ...

Long-Term Employee Investments: A Win-win for Business Leaders

Two years ago, my company, FJ Management — including Maverik Country Stores, Big West Oil, Tab Bank and Crystal Inns, implemented a program for our workers to help them save more through our company retirement plan. We also offered them free training with a financial professional. A year later, our financial planner was stopped by an employee at...

Utah State University Student Paige Rood Awarded $10K for ‘Sally’s Lemonade’

Save 10, a coalition and financial education initiative founded by the Financial Services Roundtable announced Paige Rood, a freshman at Utah State University, as the grand prize winner of the nationwide Save 10 $tories Contest today. Rood’s video, “Sally’s Lemonade” tells the story of a girl named Sally who saved 10% of her earnings from...

The SEC is Set to Take on March’s Madness

March is here and it’s already shaping up to be a maddening month. This year’s unpredictable Presidential election continues to dominate the news and social media; and love or hate him, Donald Drumpf certainly has a lot of people talking about the Presidential race like never before.

Americans Can Bridge the Retirement Savings Gap at Work, & Employers Can Help

The Washington Post published an article yesterday that shows a concerning retirement savings gap between white, black and Hispanic workers. The average white household had $125,000 saved in retirement accounts as of 2013, while the average black household had just $26,500 saved, according data from the Economic Policy Institute. Hispanics had...