April 17, 2019

PGIM Fixed Income’s second quarter outlook: ‘Whiplash!’ and ‘Back From the Brink—But What Next?’

PGIM Fixed Income's Q2 outlook examines the conditions that may affect market performance after a strong Q1, the factors supporting global economic growth, and the forward trends of each fixed income sector.

April 11, 2019

Gig workers face unique challenges paying taxes, new Prudential poll finds

This week is crunch time for those who have yet to file their taxes, and though most of us look forward to the annual accounting dance about as much as we look forward to a root canal, America’s 15.5 million independent workers find it even more stressful and complicated than the rest of us.

April 08, 2019

A resolve to help, strengthened after the Sandy Hook shooting

There’s no shortage of opportunities for Diane Beebe to help in her hometown of Cornwall, Connecticut, and the surrounding region. For her efforts—845 hours to be exact—Beebe was named Prudential’s 2018 Volunteer of the Year.

April 05, 2019

Mayor’s legacy: Bridging Newark’s troubled past, promising present

The first black mayor of a major northeastern city, Ken Gibson, who died last week, built a lasting partnership with Prudential, beginning with the development of Gateway Center.

April 04, 2019

Structured settlements: Don’t be fooled by a catchy TV jingle

Dispelling the myths around structured settlements is one of Michelle Caine’s primary goals as she assumes the presidency of the 35-year-old National Structured Settlements Trade Association.

April 02, 2019

Lifetime income protection: An Equal Pay Day conversation

Caroline Feeney, head of Prudential Financial, Inc.’s Individual Solutions Group, talks with Ellevate CEO Kristy Wallace for an important conversation on Equal Pay Day.

April 01, 2019

Quincy Krosby’s Q2 2019 Market Commentary: Crosscurrents

Prudential’s chief market strategist says the recession “tug-of-war” in the market won’t abate until there’s clarity in the data.

March 25, 2019

American workers stressed about finances, look to Congress for help

American workers are gravely concerned about their financial security, particularly in retirement. And they’re counting on both Congress and their employers to provide solutions.

February 28, 2019

After a critical injury, a military family's financial planning helped them thrive

As the nation recognizes Military Saves Week this week, the Nelsons offer an example of how military caregivers can find the financial help they need to plan.

February 12, 2019

How the government shutdown affected the finances of federal workers

Researchers have warned for years that many Americans lack the emergency savings to cover even a relatively brief disruption of their income. Few events have provided a clearer real-world test of that assessment than the recent 35-day partial government shutdown.