This article was originally published in CFP® Let's make a plan. Married couples often ask, “How should we combine our finances?” As much as they want a simple rule of thumb, there is no one-size-fits-all answer for couples –
This article was originally published in Letsmakeaplan.org. It’s kind of ironic that a season of decadence is often followed by one of self-discipline and improvement – from glittery holiday parties and overspending to budgets, diets and New Year’s...Continue Reading
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Does money talk make your eyes glaze over? Or send you into a cold sweat? We get it. That’s why this week, we’re talking about personal finance, a skill that’s (weirdly) not mandatory in schools but is so key to...Continue Reading
Does your paycheck disappear into a cloud of Chai lattes and random ATM-transactions, just days after you deposit it? It’s not exactly a mystery: If you don’t predetermine where your money is going to go, your impulses will decide for...Continue Reading
Cary shares tips on a career shift in your 50s
Taking care of just a few key financial tasks each month can help you get out of the feast-and-famine cycle -- and ensure you're just as financially confident in July and December as you are right after you've set your
Don't have a 401K? Check out these three IRAs right now. Here is why and how you should be investing in your future right now, whether your company offers a 401(k) or not.