finances

By Ted Quillen, CFP®, AIF® | WSFS Bank For many Americans the thought of early retirement can be very appealing. For those that enjoy their career, having the flexibility to spend more time with family, travel, play golf or enjoy other activities during “normal’ work hours can lead workers to contemplate early retirement. If you’re [...]
By Avi Wolfman-Arent | WHYY.org For Pennsylvania schools, the flood is coming. In this case, it’s the good kind of flood — a flood of money. “Everybody overuses the word ‘unprecedented,’ but it really is an unprecedented amount of federal funding coming to schools in a really short amount of time,” said Hannah Barrick, assistant [...]

By Monica Melton | The Plug The racial wealth gap has ballooned after 41% of small Black-owned businesses were forced to shutter because of the coronavirus pandemic. Since 2016, the average white American family has had a net worth of $171,000, ten times the net worth of $17,150 for the average Black family. The pandemic further aggravated systemic racism and financial […]


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