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TIAA CEO Roger Ferguson: Communities of Color Must Focus on Retirement Security

The challenges that communities of color face with respect to retirement in the U.S. and financial security generally is driven mainly by three factors...

Roger Ferguson, Jr., president/CEO of financial service giant TIAA, shared advice on how communities…

By Derek T. Dingle

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3 Ways TIAA Is Attracting and Retaining Millennials

Millennials not only have a place in TIAA's diversity and inclusion strategy, they are integral in sustaining continued growth and progress

Skip Spriggs, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at TIAA, shared valuable insight…

By Lisa Fraser

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When One Spouse Retires First

3 tips for keeping the peace when you’re on different paths

Things can get tricky, however, when the person sleeping next to you does have to…

By Stacey Tisdale

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Employees Close to Retirement Wish They Had Saved Sooner

Did you start saving early enough?

Do you find yourself regretting the fact that you didn’t start saving for retirement when…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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TIAA-CREF’s Sean Wilson Talks Millennials and Money (Part 2)

The wealth advisor explains how young people approach money

Roughly 47% of millennials, compared with 19% of the general population, look to Mom and…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Survey: Millennials Rely on Personal Networks for Financial Advice

Generation Y is getting more serious about money management

Young people are demonstrating an interest in taking an active role with their finances.

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TIAA-CREF Survey: More Consumers Interested in Financial Advice

Less people are shying away from professional input

A recent survey shows more consumers are opening up to financial advice.

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AARP and SBA Share Start Up Advice on Entrepreneurship for the 50 Plus

[Part 2] Retirement Tips for the Sandwich Generation

Advice from TIAA-CREF financial planner Shelly-Ann Eweka

Are you caught between saving for retirement while taking care of your children’s needs as…

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7 SAVINGS ACCOUNT QUESTIONS  	1. Does this account fit my banking habits?  	Just like with a checking account you have to ask yourself (and the prospective bank) similar questions: Do you prefer meeting face-to-face with a teller or quick transactions online? How often do you tap into your savings, if at all? Do you prefer setting up automatic withdrawals or managing your account with a passbook? Your personal preference(s) play a major part in selecting a bank.

Retirement Tips for the Sandwich Generation

Tips from TIAA-CREF Financial Planner Shelly-Ann Eweka

If you’re stuck in the middle between college savings and caring for aging parents, you…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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America’s Most Powerful Black CEOs in Corporate America

African-American business leaders across the nation

What makes the departure of Clarence Otis as CEO of Darden Restaurants so significant is…

By Derek T. Dingle

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Managing Finances after Divorce: Should You Keep the House?

Keeping your home might not always be the best choice

Carefully managing your money can be a balancing act. This is especially …

By Sheiresa Ngo

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The competitiveness of corporate America requires inclusion at all levels---and that culture comes from the top. That’s why BLACK ENTERPRISE has developed our list of the Top Executives in Corporate Diversity. 

This roster represents senior managers and C-suite executives charged with ensuring that major corporations have diverse representation across the board. We found top-ranked executives among the nation’s 250 largest publicly traded corporations whose primary responsibility is oversight and implementation of policies and programs that advance African Americans, Latinos, and other ethnic minorities as well as women, the disabled, and the LGBT (lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender) population throughout their employee, senior management, and supplier ranks. They are also involved with expansive outreach to the diverse communities in which they serve.

Discover some of the executives we featured in our May 2014 issue who make diversity a business imperative.

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Top Executives in Diversity

BLACK ENTERPRISE’s exclusive list of the Top Executives in Corporate Diversity represents senior managers and…

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Rebuilding Finances after Divorce

Cutting ties after age 50 could have a significant impact on finances

Carefully managing your money can be a balancing act. This is especially true for those…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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TIAA-CREF Financial Planner Talks Managing Finances after Divorce

Make sure you have a solid plan in place

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Carefully managing your money can be a balancing act. This is especially true…

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American Workers Still Struggling to Save for Retirement

TIAA-CREF survey shows significant savings gap

The TIAA-CREF Lifetime Income Survey found that 65% of Americans are saving 10% or less…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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TIAA-CREF Release Results of Financial Advice Survey

Survey shows some are fearful when it comes to managing money

A random group of 1,000 adults across the nation were asked about their attitudes, preferences…

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10) Age matters: If you’re a BE Nexter who’s looking to invest, White suggests you pay down the debts first and then start allocating a portion of your income into the equity market. “You can start with blue chip stocks, those companies that you know well, or you can invest in ETF's (exchange traded funds), which mimic whatever industry, index or country you’re trying to match. If you’re headed toward retirement, play it safe. “You don’t want to be 62 and have to experience the kind of correction that we’re having now in the stock market,” says White.” You want to have money in savings accounts, CDs or high grade US treasure bonds when you’re seven years or so out from retirement.”

Saving for College: A Family Affair

Turbocharge college savings with the help of family members.

The cost of a college education has dramatically increased over the past decade.

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The Roth IRA Still a Mystery for Some

Fear and lack of knowledge are holding some investors back.

Some investors are giving the Roth IRA the cold shoulder.

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Plan Well, Retire Rich

How Tony Gittens and Jennifer Lawson invested for a long, healthy retirement

If You were to accuse Tony Gittens and his wife, Jennifer Lawson, of being obsessive…

By Glenn Townes

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Former Fed Governor Sees Light at the End of the Tunnel

Roger Ferguson offers take on retirement, investing

Roger W. Ferguson, CEO of financial services giant TIAA-CREF and one of the nation’s leading…

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