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Making a loan payment? Buying a latte at your favorite café? Paying your friend back for dinner? Read more...
Are you saving enough for your retirement? Consider these tips. Read more...
We're not sure what sparked the stereotype of female incompetence toward money issues, but let's be clear: Women are just as capable of handling money as men. Read more...
As 2017 drew to a close, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—tax reform legislation that affects both individuals and businesses. Read more...
They listen to our stories and complaints when no one else is around. They encourage us to get off the couch and be active when we're feeling lazy. They comfort us, provide a sense of security and never judge us. Read more...
Big data breaches among companies like Yahoo, Target and Equifax in recent years have presented a few alarming questions, the least of which is: If these large companies with reasonable IT and security budgets can't protect themselves, how can smaller businesses and individuals? Read more...
Budgeting. Even the word itself sounds bad. It feels so ... rigid. So constricting. So boring. I get it. No one likes to talk about budgeting (except, well, me). But here's the thing: You can't get ahead financially if you don't know where your money is going. Period. Budgeting doesn't have to be painful, but it has to be done. Read more...
So, you're going to be a parent. Exciting? Yes. Scary? Certainly. While finances may seem to be a daunting part of your new, more fiscally responsible life, this is just the beginning of navigating all that having a child brings. No doubt, you want to be debt-free with a solid retirement plan in place and the ability to take care of college costs. Don't be afraid to ask for help from a professional to put a plan in place designed to reach your goals—the best way to overcome fear is to acknowledge concerns and make a plan to address them. Read more...
If you're a parent giving money to your 20-something or 30-something child, you're not alone. Read more...
We all like to think our children or grandchildren are practically geniuses, but some things just don't come intuitively. Wise money habits, for example. Everyone needs to learn the value of a dollar, how to make money work toward our goals and how to protect our financial legacy, even little kids. In fact, the sooner you start the better. When your little ones aren't so little anymore, you'll have the comfort of knowing they understand and appreciate the power of financial planning and the role money plays in their lives. But how do you know what's appropriate at every age… Read more...
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