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Financial planning

How to Create a Recession-Proof Life

Now that we’ve slogged through the Great Recession and long, slow recovery, it’s painful to imagine suffering through that again. But while economic ups and downs are bound to occur, that doesn’t mean you have to participate. By making careful...

Lessons From Secret Millionaires

Eugenia Dodson grew up on a Minnesota farm, the daughter of poor Swedish immigrants. Her childhood poverty affected her so profoundly that even in her old age, she refused to replace a stove with only one working burner — even though by then she...

Is Negative Thinking Keeping You From Getting Rich?

While I like to think that I have a pretty healthy relationship with money — I save, I try to stick to a budget (key word: try) — I still have nagging negative thoughts about my income and what I choose to do with it. And I’m not alone. No matter...

I’ll Admit It: I’m in This Relationship for the Money

So, I started seeing someone. And I think it has long-term potential. You know how sometimes you just know? We were introduced by a mutual friend, and I trusted him immediately. During our first meeting, I revealed more than I expected — about...

Could You Be Owed Money? How to Find Out

A guy at work told me there is a website where I can find money I'm owed that I didn’t even know about. Is this a scam? — Marcy It's hard to believe, but over $40 billion (yes, billion) is sitting in state coffers waiting for you to claim your...

Think Like a Millionaire

Two years after launching my sales and business development consulting firm, I was inspired to launch the Millionaire Girls’ Movement, a resource to help women regenerate, grow and sustain their own wealth. We started out small with just three...

How We Made $1 Million (and More)

A nest egg of at least $1 million is a goal many financial planners recommend for those who plan to retire. But to many, amassing $1 million seems like a pipe dream. (It doesn’t help that only about 1.5 million U.S. women are millionaires,...

Are Your Friends Hurting Your Finances?

You might have your own finances under control, but if your friends engage in bad money habits — from overspending to leaning on you for financial help — it could spell trouble for you and your bank account.  If you have friends who are having...

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