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Live | Mind Over Money

How to Create Instant Success

When we think about the most successful people we know, we tend to think of those who’ve made the biggest career advancements, make the most money, have the biggest houses and the best “toys.” The façade of success is so shiny that it can easily impress us and lead to assumptions that those folks must be pretty happy. We don’t always believe the old adage that “money can’t buy happiness,” because it sure seems to! In fact, as the famous 2010 Princeton study shows, people’s happiness is...

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Live | Love & Money

Settled on a Divorce Settlement? Now Make Sure It’s Paid Out

Divorce can mean months, or even years, of hammering out settlement terms. The process can be both exhaustive and exhausting; but, in the end, you and your ex will have a formal agreement. Once it’s signed by both parties and filed with the court, your divorce will be official, and in an ideal world, each party will honor the terms of the settlement . . . and life will go on accordingly. However, if you’re negotiating an agreement that will include spousal and/or child support, there’s...

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Live | Family

Calculating the Value of a Stay-at-Home Parent

Money is simply a stand-in for what we value. We earn money in exchange for value we provide. It’s a simple equation. But what about the value we provide that we don’t get paid for? One of the most common, and trickiest, places this question shows up is with stay-at-home parents. I get inquiries from stay-at-home moms all the time about how to factor their value within the family and in society to the value equation as it relates to money. (I’ve not yet had this question from a stay-at-home...

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