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5 Times to Talk to a Financial Advisor

People meet with me on a daily basis about money. It is the primary reason I have employment: People need to know what to do with their money. They want to know how to make it work for them, how to save it, how to invest it, even how to spend it....

How One Couple Wiped Out a $125,000 Debt

What do you do when you are faced with a six-figure debt — mostly because of credit cards? No cable television and no eating out, obviously. And that’s just for starters. Two weeks before Christmas of 2004, Kandy Hildebrandt opened a letter...

The Decision That Helped Make Me a Millionaire

Like any typical child, my mother received an allowance from her father. But unlike a typical child, she received that allowance into her 60’s. He stopped writing her checks only when he died. My mother received financial support from her father...

Which Expenses Are Worth Sharing?

Type “sharing economy” into Google and you’ll find two things: First, people can’t agree on a definition. Second, ‘sharing’ isn’t really about sharing at all, it’s more about money — both making it and saving it. Does your car sit in your driveway...

Should You Consolidate or Refinance your Student Loans?

When it comes to student loans, there’s a lot of confusing — and conflicting — information out there. You want to make smart decisions about your loans, but sometimes the right answers aren’t obvious. For a lot of people, it’s much easier just to...

How I Paid Off $14,000 in Just Over a Year

If you have a large income or the ability to create an extra disposable salary, getting out of debt can seem easily in reach. But not everyone has the time or capacity to take on another job, or increase their income through other means. So, how...

4 Ways To Close Your Confidence Gap

Think back to the person you were 10 years ago. Do you feel more or less prepared than that person to tackle your long-term financial goals? Or are you just about the same? Despite the fact that more women are taking control of their household’s...

Financial Advisors Aren't Just for the Rich

Time was, stockbrokers dealt primarily with the wealthy. That was before low-commission trades, triggered by deregulation in 1975, democratized the industry. Then, 401(k) retirement plans practically forced Americans to gain at least a bit of...

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