Driving toward financial freedom in Motor City

"Legacy Lives On" builds on stories told through The State of US, Prudential’s exploration of financial wellness across America, and the challenges that stand in the way. Black Americans share those same challenges but bear the burden of overcoming past economic and social injustices that have created barriers to building financial wealth.

Working women in two-income households face unexpected retirement risk

Perceptions and reality of family life and marriage have changed dramatically in the last 50 years, yet the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College finds the retirement risks faced by working women in two-income households may be greater than what many believe.

 

Accountants association counts on Prudential for retirement income

When the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants asked their longtime benefit providers for recommendations to help them achieve their retirement goals, Prudential created a simplified solution to provide a guaranteed source of income.

Bringing financial freedom to Cleveland, one class at a time

Monica Hines became a Prudential Advisor to make a difference and now she’s leading people out of debt.

A new day for New Jersey’s women veterans

New Jersey is the seventh state to declare June 12 as Women Veterans Appreciation Day, largely thanks to Lucy Del Gaudio, an Army veteran and program manager for Prudential Advisors, who helped launch a grassroots effort after learning how few services existed for New Jersey’s 26,000 female veterans.

Prudential Financial announces $180 million global investment to solve complex challenges facing opportunity youth

Prudential is committing more than $180 million through 2025 to support young people aged 15-29 worldwide who lack access to school, training or regular jobs.

Prudential names Stacey Goodman chief information officer

Prudential Financial, Inc. (NYSE: PRU) announced that Stacey Goodman will join the company as executive vice president and chief information officer, effective July 15.


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