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Saving money is a big goal for all of us. So in a single-parent family, when one parent bears the responsibility of raising kids and making financial ends meet, saving for something like your own retirement might be further down the priority list compared to your other financial goals.
Many Americans often look forward to receiving a tax refund. But before splurging on a dinner out or a weekend getaway, consider these steps to put your tax refund to work this year, setting yourself and your family up for long-term financial success.
  | Retirement

Imagine your best retirement

Getting to where you want to go will depend on the choices you make today. While we know you are likely doing what you can now to save, you have many priorities competing for your money. Taking the appropriate steps now may help set you up for a better financial situation later.
A note from Voya: Due to the fear of stereotypes and social stigmas, many caregivers remain silent on the issues they face, with only 56% speaking to their supervisor about their responsibilities.¹ We recently conducted a study to dive deeper into the challenges and concerns of America’s silent workforce and, as the article below highlights, how many caregivers – especially millennials – are feeling unsupported in the workplace. Learn more about what employers can do to help.
  | Spending & Budgeting

How to save money

If saving money were a total breeze, perhaps people would do a better job of it. Unfortunately, a large percentage of Americans are glaringly behind on both near-term savings and retirement savings. If you've been slacking on the savings front, or have been making an earnest effort to save but find that you're still falling short, you're not alone.
  | Investing

4 ways to cut your 2017 taxes

Tax reform may be looming on the horizon, but it's not likely to take effect until the 2018 tax year at the soonest.

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