Your Must-Read Money Stories of the Week: Is This Presidential Candidate Really the Best for Your Money?

Your Must-Read Money Stories of the Week: Is This Presidential Candidate Really the Best for Your Money?

We’ve scoured the web to bring you our favorite and most useful money-related articles of the week. We read everything, so you don’t have to!

Say what you will about Trump, the controversial Republican frontrunner seems to be resonating with people—or at least with their wallets. According to a new GoBankingRates poll, 29% of respondents said they believe Donald Trump is the most favorable candidate for Americans' finances. Here's where the rest of the presidential hopefuls stand. 1 in 3 Americans Say Trump Is the No. 1 Presidential Candidate for Their Money — GoBankingRates

Need a boost building your nest egg? If so, President Obama is working on a plan to grant you and 30 million other Americans easier access to retirement accounts, including auto-enrollment in IRAs. Learn how your 67-year-old self can benefit from the proposal. Obama: Make Retirement Accounts More Accessible, Portable — The Wall Street Journal 

These days, it's unlikely you'll stay with the same company from graduation to retirement, but do you think you could stick it out for five years? For the majority of Millennials, that's a no—and for women in particular, the reason behind the turnover may be that they're being passed over for managerial roles. Half of Millennial Women Feel They Are Being Overlooked for Leadership Positions — Fast Company

Helping your college-bound teen file her financial aid forms? This Q&A can help you make sense of the FAFSA process. FAFSA FAQs: Answers to the 10 Most Common College Aid Questions — Money

Looking for a job in 2016? According to a new analysis, the health care, technology and business sectors are experiencing rapid hiring and slow firing, making them the best industries for job hunters this year. Here's what you need to know to get your foot in the door. Introducing the Best Jobs of 2016 — U.S. News & World Report


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