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  • 80 Is The New 65 For Retiring Americans

    80 Is The New 65 For Retiring Americans

    The idea of retiring at age 65 is no longer a reality to many Americans, with many anticipating that they will have to work another 15 years -- to age 80 -- before they can afford to quit work, a new survey shows. Further, the poll of 1,500 middle-class Americans showed that 76 percent of respondents felt it... Continue Reading

  • Americans Leave Average Of 11 Unused Vacation Days On The Table

    Americans Leave Average Of 11 Unused Vacation Days On The Table

    When it comes to taking a vacation, we Americans are a sorry bunch. Not only do we leave much of our allotted time off on the table, a new study finds, but a significant number of us feel guilty about requesting to use the time afforded by employers. According to a recent Harris Interactive survey, 57... Continue Reading

  • Need Help Finding a Job? Turn to Your Neighbor

    Need Help Finding a Job? Turn to Your Neighbor

    Are Americans hunkering down and isolating themselves, or are they extending a hand to help those around them while the economy wavers and dips? According to a new survey, the news is good: 83 percent of us are willing to help a neighbor with financial problems, and 45 percent of us will help a neighbor look... Continue Reading

  • Seven Sneaky Ways Your Office Is Sucking Your Wallet Dry

    Seven Sneaky Ways Your Office Is Sucking Your Wallet Dry

    More and more Americans are realizing just how much money they're spending on the job, and they're finding clever ways of cutting back, according to a recent Harris Interactive poll, which also found that most of us expect the economy to get worse in the next year, before it gets better. Our recent behavior... Continue Reading