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Investing in the World We Want

Think of a brand you really love. What makes you love it? Now think about how they depict women in their marketing? How are they making their product? Who’s running that company? How do they treat their people? Is this something that’s really...

Your Salary is Not Your Net Worth

It’s tempting to fixate on the dollar amount of your paycheck. But the fact is: What matters far more is what you do with those dollars — and what you allow those dollars to do for you over time. True financial freedom doesn’t happen until you’ve...

Exclusive: Amanda Steinberg Interviews Sallie Krawcheck About New Fund

This week, Sallie Krawcheck announced that 85 Broads, the professional women’s networking organization she bought in 2013, is rebranding with a new name and forming a new (exciting!) partnership. 85 Broads, now named Ellevate, aims to use their...

Stop Sabotaging Your Investments

Most investors make a bad decision the minute they pick a mutual fund. The key to successful fund investing, therefore, becomes not turning that one bad decision into a multitude of mistakes. The problem here isn’t funds, however, so much as...

Ask an Advisor: How Should I Invest My Divorce Settlement?

Both my lawyer and CDFA advised me to take a lump sum divorce settlement that came from the sale of a rental home my ex-husband and I had in lieu of alimony. I have not invested my money and am not sure what is best (at my age of 56). My CDFA...

I’ve Saved Enough for My Emergency Fund — Now What?

I’m two years out of college with a steady job and am trying to save for a down payment on a house in the next two years. Now that I'm producing income and am able to save, I'm transferring more money to my savings account (which only has a .01%...

Is Investing in Options Too Risky?

I've heard that options are risky investments. Is that true? How do they work? — Tara, Connecticut  Options have the unfair reputation of being considered riskier than other investment vehicles. For instance, in a book written by a well-respected...

How – and Why – I Saved $1 Million

It was six weeks before my wedding, and I was preparing a spreadsheet that listed all my assets for the prenuptial agreement my fiancé and I had agreed to sign. (It was his second marriage and my first.)  I carefully listed each account: the two...

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