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Four Investing Concepts Everyone Should Know

When it comes to financial literacy, many Americans lack basic money-management skills. Yet, to achieve a secure retirement and accomplish other financial goals along the…

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What Your Homeowners Insurance Might Not Cover

The days are getting warmer, which means we’ll be heading outside, cleaning up the yard, opening the grill and getting the kids outside and away…

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One Way to Save for Future Health-Care Costs

When many investors save for retirement, we think of being able to afford our future living and traveling expenses. It’s also wise to consider our…

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Making the Most of a Financial Advisor

It’s never too early or too late to put the expertise of a financial advisor to work for you. Whether you are investing for the…

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The Role of Our Biases in Investing

Every day we make thousands of decisions. Some big, others small. Some decisions we are consciously aware of—while others we make instinctively and automatically, often…

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Managing The Cost Of College

All too soon annual back-to-school shopping for pencils, lunch boxes and backpacks becomes shopping for dorm supplies and managing that first tuition check. While everyone…

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How to Find Your First Credit Card

Getting your first credit card is a rite of passage to adulthood. It shows that you’re independent and responsible enough to handle your finances on…

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10 Ways to Make the Most of Your Money

Americans are spenders but we weren’t always like that. Between 1959 and 2017, the U.S. savings rate averaged 8.3% with a peak of 17% in…

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Calculating Your Net Worth – What’s It Worth to You?

There are lots of ways to take stock of your financial situation. For many of us, a quick look at our checking, savings and credit…

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What You Need To Know When Buying a House

Think you’re ready to purchase your first home? Congratulations! Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions you can make, and it’s a…

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Surviving the “Move Back Home”

Fewer young women are living independently these days. Based on a 2015 Pew Research survey, one in three women aged 18 to 34 reported living…

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Think Twice Before Banking on an Athletic Scholarship

Many young athletes dream of one day playing their sport at the college level. However, it is very difficult to make an NCAA team, and…

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Consolidating Your 401(k) Accounts

Changing jobs has become the norm rather than the exception. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), college-educated Baby Boomers on average held about…

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Take Charge of Your Financial Story

Sometimes when we read gender-specific statistics in the newspaper or our Facebook feed, such as women make less than men or more elderly females live…

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Tax Checklist

Your Tax-Smart Checklist

With everything going on in our lives, every woman can always use a handy checklist to make sure they remember to keep things moving, accomplish…

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Self-Employed Filing Taxes

Are you Self-Employed? What to Know about Tax Time

These days, a growing number of workers do not have traditional full-time salaried positions. In fact, McKinsey found that approximately 20% to 30% of the…

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It’s Tax Season – Time To Get Tax Smart

Although tax day comes around once a year in April, don’t let a deadline catch you unaware. There are a number of ways throughout the…

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Women's History Month

It’s National Women’s History Month – Time to Own Your Story

As we celebrate National Women’s History month, we remember amazing women who have had significant impacts on how we live today. At the same time,…

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Spring Clean Your Budget

Change rarely makes us feel comfortable. When winter sets in every year, we celebrate our rituals and holiday traditions, relishing the comfort we feel from…

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Money Discussions to Have Before You Get Married

The Money Discussions to Have Before You Get Married

Ask any married couple and they will tell you that being married is hard work. What makes it feel more difficult? Arguing about money. Study…

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