Monthly Archives: May 2017

Younger workers don’t want to sweat investment decisions

A recent survey from J.P. Morgan reveals that workers under the age of 30 want their employer to make financial decisions about their retirement savings! According to the survey, 69 percent of this younger group identify themselves as “do-it-for-me” investors, compared with 56 percent of those over age 30. And a whopping 82 percent want their employer to actually make their investment decisions for them (versus 73% for those over age 30)! Read more »

Arnerich Massena’s I AM Learning Partnership prepares for its summer programs

Arnerich Massena’s I AM Learning Partnership is preparing to celebrate some endings and also some exciting new beginnings. Our 2016-17 school-year programs at Irvington School are concluding as we rapidly approach the last day of school. This year, the programs helped more than 100 Irvington students improve their skills in reading, math, science, and homework completion, while also providing mentorship to adolescent girls. Read more »

Arnerich Massena Attends The Western Association of College and University Business Officers (WACUBO) Annual Conference

April 30th through May 3rd marked the 2017 Annual WACUBO conference, in which college and university business officers gathered in Seattle, WA for professional development, networking, and exploring issues and trends in higher education. Arnerich Massena’s Terri Schwartz and Ryland Moore attended WACUBO to speak to higher education business professionals and learn more about the issues and challenges they face. Read more »

Arnerich Massena Sponsors the Fifth Annual “Celebrating our Caring Community” Jewish Family & Child Service Fundraising Luncheon

Jewish Family & Child Service (JFCS) celebrated its 70th anniversary on Tuesday, May 2 at its fifth annual fundraising luncheon. “Celebrating our Caring Community,” held at the Multnomah Athletic Club, featured guest speaker Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum. As Attorney General, she has spent her career advocating for vulnerable Oregonians, helping to protect children, seniors, immigrants, crime victims, and students overwhelmed with education-related debt. Read more »