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Converting Savings to Retirement Income

Converting Savings to Retirement Income

During your working years, you've probably set aside funds in retirement accounts such as IRAs, 401(k)s, or other workplace savings plans, as well as in taxable accounts. Your challenge during retirement is to convert those savings into an ongoing income stream that will provide adequate income throughout your retirement years.

By Campus USA at 7 Apr 2021

Know Before You Go (Car Shopping)

Know Before You Go (Car Shopping)

Purchasing a new or pre-owned vehicle is very exciting and a little intimidating, because it’s a big financial transaction. So whether you’re buying your first car or your fifth, we have a few tips everyone can appreciate.

By Campus USA at 19 Mar 2021

Spotlight Shifts to Bonds

Spotlight Shifts to Bonds - What do know about interest rates and yields.

One time-tested principle of investing is, "when bond yields move higher, bond prices tend to move lower."

Investors are doing a "double take" on the 10-year Treasury yield, which recently topped 1.5% — its highest level in about a year. With the increase in yield comes a drop in price. Learn more.

By Campus USA at 12 Mar 2021

Spring Cleaning Your Finances

Spring Cleaning Your Finances

Spring cleaning your home is probably not a new concept for you. You declutter the garage, clean windows, wipe down baseboards, organize your pantry, and more. But, what about your finances? It pays to spend some time spring cleaning your finances too. Here are six ways to get your finances in order.


By Campus USA at 1 Mar 2021

GameStop, Reddit, and Market Mania: What You Need to Know

Reddit, GameStop, the stock market

Over the course of 11 trading days from January 13 to January 28, 2021, the stock of GameStop, a struggling brick-and-mortar video game retailer, skyrocketed by more than 2,200% — creating a mix of excitement and concern throughout the financial world, as well as among many people who pay little attention to the stock market.1 Other stocks of small, struggling companies made similar though less dramatic moves.

By Campus USA at 17 Feb 2021
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