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10 Money Resolutions You Should Make This Year

It’s that time of year. Yes, the week when millions of Americans make their oaths to the fitness gods. Being physically fit is certainly a worthy (if elusive) goal. but many of us have finances that — let’s face it — are a little out of shape...

Ask an Advisor: What’s the Difference Between Fee and No-Fee Advisors?

What's the difference between a financial advisor who is paid for their services versus one who isn't? I'd like to start a relationship with someone who can listen to my goals, take a look at my debts and assess my financial picture (objectively)...

How We Saved $300,000

Let’s face it, saving money is hard. It requires discipline and determination on an ongoing basis. According to a recent survey by TIAA-CREF, only 56 percent of women express confidence that they're saving enough for retirement, compared to 65...

How to Build Wealth at Every Stage of Your Life

While staying healthy may not always be easy, at least there’s a checklist of steps you can take to skew the odds in your favor. Your doctor — not to mention, any number of reputable health sites — can tell you exactly what to do, and when to do...

Ask an Advisor: How Do I Create a Retirement Savings Plan?

My husband and I are in our late thirties, and we're not sure how much we should be saving for retirement. How can we estimate what we'll need and how much we should be putting aside each year to cover it? We both want to retire in our sixties. —...

The Costliest Mistakes You Can Make on Your Taxes

What if just a few hours — or even minutes — of effort could result in hundreds, maybe even thousands, more dollars in your bank account? You’d make the effort, right?   Well, maybe. At tax time each year, many of us take shortcuts or overlook...

How a Whiteboard Put Me in the Black

The secret I learned at 15 that helped me succeed in business in my thirties.

7 Warning Signs You’re In Financial Trouble

I vividly remember being in my kitchen a couple years ago and having to decide between two bills to pay: our mortgage or day care. My husband has recently gotten laid off for the second time in four years, and in the meantime, we had doubled our...

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