Accounting Firms Should Think Twice About Leasing Solar Panels
KPMG Study Reveals Surprising Plan for ESG Spending by Companies
French Companies Trade U.S. Tax Credits to Spur Renewable Projects
Patriot Software to Host Webinar on 401(k) Benefits
Inflation Has Drained Pandemic-Era Savings for Many Americans
Inflation has sapped 40% of Americans' pandemic savings, making consumer spending even more reliant on the job market.
40% of Americans Are Concerned About Financial Stress in 2024, Survey Reveals
Meanwhile, a third of Americans say they are worse off financially this year compared to last, according to a Fidelity survey.
Five Charitable Giving Strategies
These tips can help you spread the love even more to charities you trust while also taking advantage of different kinds of tax benefits.
SSA: Social Security Overpayments Swell to $23 Billion
Social Security Administration’s uncollected overpayments balance grew from $21.6 billion to $23 billion in FY 2023, a report says.
Does a Company’s 401(k) Match Entice You to Cash Out?
An academic study published last year suggests generous employer matches can make cashing out more tempting.
Why Employees Don’t Ask for a Raise—Even When They Deserve One
From fear over asking for more pay to concerns over job security, workers can be apprehensive about seeking raises.
PwC to Cut Around 600 Jobs in the U.K.
The Big Four firm is set to launch a voluntary redundancy program for between 500 and 600 employees, mostly in advisory.
Gen Z Optimistic About Retirement Despite Saving Less
Gen Z saves less money than older groups due to inflation but feels better about having enough to get by in retirement, a study shows.