U.S. Census data shows that while many plan to continue working once retired, fewer actually do. Do you have your retirement plan in place? MU Extension’s Cynthia Crawford outlines helpful resources for retirement planning, no matter when you start saving.
Experiencing mindful gratitude can improve mood, energy levels, sleep quality, and even heart health. Receive the health benefits of mindful gratitude by starting the practice now.
Completing Tier 1 of the Wellness Incentive is quick and easy. In addition to helping you move toward wellness, it’ll earn you $50* in your final May paycheck if you’re an eligible employee.
If you’re someone who spends a lot of time in meetings and you want to engage with those around you at a higher level, there’s good news! With a little help, anyone can bring mindfulness into the meetings they run.
Women may experience differing symptoms than men when it comes to heart attacks.
While many may not know it, keeping unused drugs on hand can be dangerous; however, just as dangerous is disposing of these drugs in the wrong way. Luckily, there are safe ways to discard of unused prescription drugs all across Missouri.
If you’re required to complete dependent eligibility verification but haven’t done so yet, it is important that you prepare now and complete the process by March 31, 2017. Here are a few tips for making your verification process as simple as possible.
America Saves Week, which runs from February 27 to March 4, 2017, is an opportunity for you to assess your savings and take financial action. As part of your plan, you may want to focus on setting up an emergency fund.
Tax season can sometimes be intimidating, but learning about savings incentives can help ensure you complete your taxes with the knowledge of the credits available to you. Get insight on the Savers Credit, a retirement tax credit.
February is American Heart Month. This month, especially, we may choose to reflect on why heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women nationwide and what we can do about the epidemic.