Over many years the PSA family has established a rich history of community service as giving back has always been important for us. We seek creative ways to support our communities. Some of the most unique efforts include publishing and selling a PSA cookbook of favorite recipes from employees with all proceeds donated to Meals on Wheels; hosting a bingo night to raise over $5,000 for the Baltimore Station’s veteran recovery program; and a fundraiser of dunking our leadership at one of our annual picnics to feed over 1,300 homebound and elderly persons in the greater Baltimore area. Continue Reading
About Jamie Nash
For years, PSA’s annual Kickoff combined an awards ceremony with a themed party to celebrate the beginning of a new fiscal year. However, this year, the program was split into two separate events. This allowed us to focus more on recognizing last year’s accomplishments in February, while dedicating our May event to kicking off our 2017 fiscal year and appreciating our hard working team.
Most of us associate insurance and financial services companies with dark suits and blazers, pie charts and bar graphs. In large part, that description fits the bill. Continue Reading
Financial stress is a burden felt by people of all ages, backgrounds and professions. As a young professional, I often find myself wondering “where did my paycheck go so quickly?” According to a recent study by the American Psychological Association (APA), work, money and the economy are the biggest cause of Americans’ stress. But for financial stress, I found out there is a light at the end of the tunnel – a written household budget.
I recently had the opportunity to sit down with PSA Financial Wellness Coach and bestselling author of the book 90 Day Money Challenge, Brian Hamilton, and pick his brain about household budgeting and why it is so important. As Brian pointed out, every good business has a budget that forecasts into the future to help ensure income is greater than spending. And households should be run in the same way.