Naperville Public Library Blog
The 2015 Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of the Social Security Administration, based on the latest demographic and economic projections, predicts that the combined trust funds for old age a
The good news is that U.S. consumers paid down $34.7 billion in amounts owed to credit card companies during the first quarter of 2015.
At a recent business workshop, a participant came to me with a great idea – could the library provide a list of the latest publications on business and related topics?
The recently-published Planning and Progress Study by Northwestern Mutual reports that mid-career workers in Generation X face the most significant financial challenges to a successful retirement.<
That’s not just an ad campaign slogan, it's also the theme of a series of financial literacy workshops planned for this summer at the library.
No, we’re not talking baseball here! Communicating well is a critical skill that applies to many areas of life.
This past week the Small Business Administration conducted workshops and events across the United States and online in an effort to celebrate the tremendous economic impact that small businesses ha
Coworking is a new approach to work that is becoming increasingly popular. It involves independent workers in a shared working space.
April is Financial Literacy Month. Unfortunately, studies show how poorly-informed Americans are when it comes to managing their money.
MiniLuxe, a company currently operating eight nail salons in the Boston area and preparing for a national rollout, decided back in 2007 to do for manicures and pedicures what Starbucks had done for