Similar to providing retirement solutions, there are additional benefits you can offer employees that would make their lives easier, help them improve their financial well-being, and increase satisfaction and retention. That’s the idea behind PNC’s WorkPlace Banking, explains Alfred Smith, PNC-Certified Women’s Business Advocate and WorkPlace Banking business development officer. INSIGHTS: What is WorkPlace Banking?
Invest in the future Although women face unique challenges when it comes to retirement planning, there are more resources available to support women’s investment and retirement decisions than ever before. Setting aside sufficient assets, while a common concern for all, is particularly important for women. In a 2012 study published by the Insured Retirement Institute
Get involved to ease this worldwide crisis. Access to clean, potable water has become one of the most critical issues in both the developed and developing worlds. In fact, 768 million people—roughly one in 10 of the world’s population—do not have access to safe water, according to the World Health Organization/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for
Review your coverage before setting sail. With the recent harsh winter fading into memory, boat owners are undoubtedly turning their attention to the open water. Boating should be a carefree pleasure, so before you embark, make sure your insurance is up to date and covers any circumstance. Here are a few considerations when reviewing your
Concierge medicine is a modern take on bedside manner. Concierge medicine is a relatively new phenomenon—it began with a Seattle practice in 1996—but in many ways it harkens back to the good, old-fashioned family doctor. Typically, physicians are available 24/7—often via personal cellphone—office visits are unhurried, practices are limited in size and doctors even make