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What JPMorgan Has To Say About Young Employees Working From Home

JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE: JPM) says it has noticed a troubling pattern with its work-from-home employees, particularly those who are of a younger age, Bloomberg reported Monday.

What Happened: CEO Jamie Dimon told analysts Keefe, Bruyette & Woods in a private meeting that productivity was particularly affected on Mondays and Fridays, according to Bloomberg.

“The WFH lifestyle seems to have impacted younger employees [at JPMorgan], and overall productivity and ‘creative combustion’ has taken a hit,” KBW Managing Director Brian Kleinhanzl wrote to clients in a note, citing the meeting with Dimon.

JPMorgan spokesman Michael Fusco told Bloomberg that the productivity of employees was affected “in general, not just younger employees,” but added that younger workers “could be disadvantaged by missed learning opportunities” as they were not in offices.

Why It Matters: The New York-based lender informed most senior sales staff and trading employees that they would be required to

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Jane Young: Should you strive to be mortgage free in retirement? | Business

Transitioning into retirement without a mortgage can reduce stress, improve cash flow and increase your sense of financial security.

But while everyone would love to be debt-free, there are many factors to be considered before making extra payments or pulling from your savings to pay off your mortgage.

You need to maintain adequate liquidity to cover living expenses, an emergency fund of at least four months of expenses and major planned expenditures such as new vehicles, home improvements and tuition for your children. Once you make the extra mortgage payments, you will lose access to those funds without refinancing or taking out a home equity loan.

If you have other high interest debts on credit cards, vehicle loans or student loans, you should pay those before making extra payments on your mortgage.

If you have the funds to make extra payments, how would you spend the money otherwise? Would you

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