Worried about retirement? Here are 6 thoughts to help you sleep better
It’s hard to prepare for retirement when account values are dropping and expected interest earnings are likely to be much less. However, things are not as bleak as they seem.
To ease financial anxiety during COVID-19, don’t beat yourself up
Amanda Clayman, a licensed psychotherapist and financial wellness advocate for Prudential, says in a new video message that now is the time to cut yourself some slack.
'Stay at home' a good time to take stock of finances
The federal stimulus package that was just signed into law gives a much-needed boost to individuals and the economy. But many people still face the dilemma of meeting immediate needs while trying to figure out what to do about long-term goals.
COVID-19 spurring tax and finance changes
COVID-19 is changing our lives in many ways, including how we file our income taxes. The IRS announced some changes that impact your 2019 income tax return, and a new law could provide Americans more financial flexibility.
Congress passes emergency aid package
Congress today approved a $2 trillion emergency economic aid package to help Americans withstand the COVID-19 pandemic, including measures to help bolster individuals’ financial well-being. The package also provides relief to distressed businesses that were forced to close and lay off or furlough workers because of the crisis.
When you’re nearing retirement and your account value is falling
The dramatic downturn in the financial markets spurred by concerns about COVID-19 is reminiscent of the Great Recession of 2008. But we’ve learned some lessons since then. Those close to retirement and watching their IRA or 401(k) values drop may have a silver lining.
How to lower anxiety during COVID-19, market turmoil
Amanda Clayman, a licensed psychotherapist and financial wellness advocate for Prudential, offers some guidance on managing financial decision-making and maintaining well-being in the current climate.
Planning for college expenses in uncertain times
With the stock market now in bear market territory, many families with college on the horizon have experienced painful losses in their 529 plans and Coverdell accounts. Here are some considerations if you are worried about managing college expenses.
Prudential Retirement calls on the workplace to support savings at every life stage
As America Saves Week kicks off on Feb. 24, Prudential Financial, Inc. is supporting our government’s call for retirement readiness.
Prudential combats national debt crisis through new financial wellness offering
NEWARK, N.J., February 13, 2020 - Recognizing the negative impact of household debt on long-term financial security and retirement readiness, Prudential (NYSE:PRU) is partnering with national nonprofit GreenPath Financial Wellness to introduce debt management advice and tools to its growing suite of workplace financial wellness solutions.