The recent failure of Silicon Valley Bank, the second-biggest bank collapse in U.S. history, has raised this question for many Americans: Is my money safe in the bank? Experts like Dr. Jeff Jones, certified financial planner and department head of finance and risk management at Missouri State University, share with ABC News why deposits are safe despite the financial turmoil. … [Read more...] about Are bank deposits safe in wake of Silicon Valley Bank collapse?
On Jan. 19, the State Department announced the launch of “Welcome Corps,” the newest change to the U.S. refugee resettlement program. Dr. Emily Frazier, assistant professor of human geography in the department of geography, geology and planning at Missouri State University, co-authors an op-ed piece about refugee resettlement and this new program in The Washington Post. … [Read more...] about Spotlight on the ‘Welcome Corps’ program
What are savings bonds and how do they work? Dr. James Philpot, certified financial planner and associate professor of finance and risk management at Missouri State University, offers some insights to U.S. News Money. … [Read more...] about Getting to know more about savings bonds
From an objective standpoint, we are living in an unprecedented era of abundance. Yet so many of us are feeling unsatisfied. Why are we seemingly so insatiable? Do you feel that marketing has led to people feeling unsatisfied and not having enough in life? If so, what actions can marketers take to create a world where people feel that they have enough, and they are enough? Can … [Read more...] about How to re-imagine the marketing industry
Travel credit cards offer some good perks and rewards. What types are there and should you get one? Dr. Yoshimasa (Nancy) Kageyama, assistant professor of hospitality leadership at Missouri State University, shares her thoughts with WalletHub. … [Read more...] about Are travel credit cards worth it?