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Talking Net Future Value with Mom

Armed with a B.A. in math and physics back in 1965, my mom had her heart set on motherhood.  Fifteen years later, when she got divorced (I was three), she modeled for me what it took to go from being a woman afraid of finding her way in the...

Why Your Nest Isn't a Nest Egg

The single worst thing the real estate boom did to average Americans was creating a fantasy that you could count on your home equity as part of your retirement plan. But national average home prices have fallen almost 40% since 2008—putting a...

The Female Financial Paradox

This week’s TIME cover feature explores an amazing phenomenon: Women could soon outpace men as the primary household earners.  What they’ve missed is the powerful, but sadder story within this trend: Female breadwinners may be on the rise, but...

Don't Follow the Rules

Time was when retirement seemed almost predictable: 65 was the golden year; you adjusted your portfolio according the classic 100-minus-your-age formulation, and so on. Do any of the old rules still apply in this crazy new economy? While it’s...

Are You Two in Sync About Retirement?

My husband and I have mused about where we’d like to retire for most of our 22-year marriage. Cape Cod so he can spend his time deep-sea fishing? A pied-à-terre in New York, where we lived when we were first married? Or perhaps Napa Valley so we...

Peek Inside Her Portfolio

“Peek Inside Her Portfolio” looks beyond charts and formulas to explore how real women are (really) planning for retirement. First up, Allison, a 44-year-old mother of two who shared her 401k and Roth IRA accounts with Mary Claire Allvine, a...

The #1 Tax Problem You Don't Want

Whether you’re raking in big profits or your business is in its infancy, you must keep your business and personal finances separate—for tax purposes and two other important reasons. First, in order to grow your company (and not get tripped up by...

Behind on Your Savings? (That Would Be Most of Us)

Let’s say that you’re one of the 86 percent of Americans who say they haven’t saved enough for their retirement.A) You can promise yourself that now, finally, you're ready to get your ducks in order. Buckle down. Get serious. Buy Barrons. Every....

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