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Credit union CEOs lead during era of growth

Leaders of Spokane Valley-based Numerica Credit Union and Liberty Lake-based STCU are helping grow a...

In challenging times, health care leaders work to spur positivity

In the face of financial strain in the industry exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, three leaders ...


Refocusing on The Black Lens

Before Sandy Williams’ tragic death in a plane crash last September, the social activist...


DEI Best Practices: Principles belong in all business operations

Businesses and nonprofits that implement diversity, equity, and inclusion practices should take step...


The Learning Project Network delivers maternal health awareness

Stephaine Courtney founded The Learning Project in 2015 to provide affordable in-person and online training for educators that interact with children from nontraditional families or who have behavior issues. The business has evolved in the last eight...


Planning for more planners: Whitworth to launch financial planning master’s program

Wealth managers are recruiting new financial advisers here and across the country to maintain service levels and replenish an aging workforce, industry representatives and educators say....


More older workers expected to delay retirement, INW observers say

The number of people who have decided to delay retirement in the past few years has risen and is unlikely to fall as some older workers remain employed to stay mentally sharp and purpose-driven, while inflation weighs on the minds of many U.S. workers...

Women maintain 401(k)s as inflation concerns mount

In general, Spokane-area women participating in 401(k) retirement plans are either maintaining or increasing their contributions to the plans, although inflation is a major concern for many, some financial and wealth advisers here say....

Income-to-asset ratio can guide retirement timing

Whether you’re already retired or it’s moving closer to reality for you, there are some things you should consider when managing your investments. Up until retirement, you simply accumulate assets. You get paid and a portion goes to your retirement...

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