News and Updates

1st Quarter 2017

Financial Wellness Moves for the Spring

Springtime is a great time to shake up your exercise routine to improve your physical health. Think of it as prime time to make some changes to improve your financial wellness, too. [...continued]

Make the Most of Your Tax Refund

You may have a windfall coming your way. The IRS is churning out more than 110 million tax refunds that will likely average nearly $3,000 per return. [...continued]

Saving Forward: Educational Resources to Help You Save

In the last issue of the Quarterly News, we asked readers about their preferred way to learn about saving. [...continued]

Around ICMA-RC

Find out more about Public Service Recognition Week, how to sign up for MarketView Mail, how to stay connected, and the importance of updating your contact information with ICMA-RC. [...continued]

Smart Moves for Managing Debt

It’s hard to get ahead financially when a big chunk of your paycheck is needed to cover debt payments — whether for student loans, credit cards, car loans, or a mortgage. The following steps can help you pay down debt, reduce your interest charges, and free up more money for other goals. [...continued]

Saving for Summer Travel

Too many people return from a relaxing vacation with a spending hangover — a pile of credit-card bills that sets them behind financially — adding stress to the rest of the year. A few key steps can help you save money on vacation and save you some stress, too. [...continued]

Ask ICMA-RC: What are some of the features available through ICMA-RC’s mobile app?

ICMA-RC’s mobile app is a convenient way to access your retirement account from your smart phone or tablet. [...continued]

Investing Spotlight: The Impact of Interest Rates on Your Finances

Interest rates have remained historically low over the past decade. But that’s beginning to change. [...continued]

Financial Poll Question

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Financial Poll Question

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