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Watch Out For Memorial Day Scams

Scam Alert!With the excitement surrounding holidays, scammers take advantage of the celebrations and publicity by creating fraudulent financial offers that this Memorial Day are aimed at veterans and their families.


Women Veterans and Military Spouses Get Financial Support Program

Business and Professional Women’s (BPW) Foundation Foundations Launch Financial Literacy Support Program for Women Veterans and Military Spouses During Financial Literacy Month

( Washington, DC ) – Alliant Credit Union Foundation and Business and Professional Women’s Foundation are partnering to provide free financial education, counseling, and tools for the rapidly growing community of women veterans and military/veteran spouses served by Joining Forces Mentoring Plus® to promote and facilitate economic stability and prosperity in their civilian lives.


New Salary Analysis For Equal Pay Day

National Partnership for Women & FamilesFor Equal Pay Day, New Analysis Shows Unequal Wages Cost Los Angeles strong Area Women More Than $6 Billion in Income Each Year

If Wage Gap Closed, Women in the Los Angeles Area Could Afford .5 Year's Worth of Food, Three Months of Rent or 900+ Gallons of Gas Annually

A new analysis released for Equal Pay Day tomorrow reveals that the Los Angeles area’s gender-based wage gap is punishing local families and the economy. Women who are employed full time in the Los Angeles area are paid 92 cents for every dollar paid to men, amounting to a yearly gap in wages of $3,665. Collectively, this amounts to a loss of more than $6 billion in income every year – money that could strengthen the local economy and provide critical support to the more than 626,000 Los Angeles area households headed by women.


Few Women and Minorities Making It To S&P 100 Board Rooms

Calvert InvestmentsCitigroup, Merck, Coca-Cola, and JPMorgan Rated Best, Bottom 5 Include: Berkshire Hathaway, Ebay, and Apache

Women Hold Under 1 in 5 Director Seats, Fewer Than 1 in 10 Top-Paid Jobs

BETHESDA, MD. - March 7, 2013 - Standard and Poor’s (S&P) 100 companies have made some progress on corporate diversity since 2010, but these large-capitalization companies are still failing to put substantial numbers of women and minorities into board rooms and executive suites, according to a new analysis from Calvert Investments.


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