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Holiday Card Rapid Execution Plan

In my life-long desire to seem somewhat “domestically inclined"—as opposed to my reality as an executive mom always running for trains, tripping over unfolded laundry, stepping on Legos (ouch)—I’ve struggled with certain holiday obligations.  ...

A Joint Holiday Solution

You and your mate own your share of financial friction, but you hate it when money tension messes with your holiday spirit. Solution? Join our Date Night Extravaganza! By pledging to set aside a little togetherness time in the coming weeks—just...

She Helps Women Fund Women

Natalia Oberti Noguera is the founder and CEO of the Pipeline Fellowship, a six-month bootcamp that trains women philanthropists to become angel investors through investing in real-time, women-led projects.  She is the first in a series of...

My Storm Sanity Strategy

I'm working hard to avoid the Frankenstorm frenzy, which looks like the divorces of many of my close friends. It's the end of the world! Fill your bathtubs with water! Hope we all SURVIVE!  Rather than get sucked into the drama, I'm working...

Stock-Picking for a Good Cause

Stacy Asher on CNBC. Even though she worked for years in the hedge fund industry, Stacey Asher often felt like an outsider in the investing world. “I was always like, This is not my thing.” So why did she start Portfolios with Purpose, an online...

Julie Powell: My Personal Take on Money

Julie Powell’s rise from blogger to amateur chef to bestselling author was immortalized in the hit movie Julie & Julia. Here, she dishes up her thoughts on money.  What does “wealth” mean to you? Peace of mind. Sure, I'd love a villa in Tuscany...

Be Prepared for Life (and Death)

If you die, the people who are dependent on you suddenly will be suddenly bereft of you and your income.   So claim open enrollment season for yourself—whether you have job benefits or not—and invest in one of the cheapest ways to sleep better:...

Must read, watch, think & talk about

Legal trouble. Since it acquired Merrill Lynch in 2008, Bank of America has been entangled in a series of pricey legal battles. A high note, literally, was last week's $2.43 billion payout to settle a class-action lawsuit in which plaintiffs...

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