Personal & Financial Strategies
Employee dishonesty can do untold damage and remain undetected for years. Here’s what your company needs to know about developing its own anti-fraud program.
Financial Tips for the Newly Single Woman
Finances between a married couple tend to be fairly equal, but in the case of divorce, the woman often faces significant challenges. Mike Donnelly, an adviser with Edward Jones, offers suggestions for financially navigating this big life transition.
The Supreme Court’s Health Care Decision
Confused about how health care reform and the Supreme Court’s recent ruling will impact your business, or your personal finances? Terri Burdick, of Blackhawk Bank, offers a few starting points.
Revisiting Pre-Planned vs. Pre-Funded Funerals
Do you currently have pre-planned, or pre-funded funeral arrangements? Scott Olson, of Olson Funeral & Cremation Services, points out some of the benefits and challenges that come with planning ahead.
Seven Strategies for Saving
Are you financially prepared for the future? Failing to save enough money could impact the quality of your retirement or your ability to recover from disaster. David Zierke, State Farm agent, offers some helpful ideas for stashing cash.
Jerry Paulson Exits as NLI Director
FROM NATURAL LAND INSTITUTE: ROCKFORD — Hundreds of people from all over Illinois and as far away as Washington D.C. attended Natural Land Institute’s Annual Dinner on March 19, 2013…
Celebrate Easter in the Old Northwest Territory
Looking for a church service or an Easter celebration to visit this weekend? Here is a small sampling of events.
Discover a New Career at RVC Health Care Fair
FROM ROCK VALLEY COLLEGE: ROCKFORD — Thursday, April 11 and Friday, April 12, 2013 will mark the tenth time in the last thirteen years that Rock Valley College and the…