Bonds are sometimes considered the redheaded stepchildren of investing. Stocks get a lot of the attention, but bonds are a great way to invest as well — and often with less risk. Check out #BondsAtAGlance to get the rundown on the important aspects on them. More to come soon!
New blog article by CEO and co-founder Caroline Hughes of Lifetise on child care costs featured in @stylistmagazine. There has been a surge over the last 20 years in the number of mothers of dependent children who work, with nearly 75% of us in full-time or part-time employment (up from 11% in 1996). The move to more flexible working has helped but one of the biggest challenges for new parents is figuring out how much you each need to work, when you factor in the costs of childcare... https://bit.ly/2I3uxHi
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Did you know there were two different categories of stocks? If not, don’t feel bad. A lot of people don’t. Common stocks are…well…the most common type of stock. But there’s also preferred stocks. Here’s a brief comparison of the two. More on preferred stocks soon cometh.