Because of the pandemic, there’s no financial peer pressure — which means now is the perfect time to focus on your savings goals

Michelle Jackson •
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RichVintage

I will never forget the second week of March 2020 for as long as I live. It’s the week that the city of Denver and the state of Colorado shut down everything because of COVID-19. The ski resorts, casinos, and small businesses were shut down, and we were all sent home, reeling in shock. This

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The 5 smartest steps I’ve taken with my money to protect my kids, no matter what happens

Kelly Burch •
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puhimec

When I was a child, my family didn’t have much financial security. Grocery budgets were determined by whether my mom had a busy or slow night at her waitressing job. Sometimes, the utilities were turned off. There wasn’t much in the way of financial education, because my parents just didn’t know much about smart money

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When 2020 turned my life upside down, I had to overhaul my spending to support a new normal

Elizabeth Aldrich •
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DuxX

For most of us, 2020 has been an event-filled decade. Ahem, I mean, year. Wait, we’re only halfway through? If we’re going to make it through this roller-coaster ride, keeping our finances in order is essential. For me, major changes in nearly every aspect of my life during the first few months of 2020 have

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No one is immune to a financial disaster, but everyone can be smart about what comes next

Tanza Loudenback •
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Fabio Principe

Money is everywhere. You might earn, spend, and invest money all in the same day without uttering a word about cents or dollars. And yet, too many Americans are quick to forgo a financial plan. Some say they don’t have enough wealth or time for one. If you have goals that require money to achieve

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8 money tips financial planners always give to couples

Ashley Abramson •
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Sushiman

Money is one of the most common causes of stress and strain in even the strongest relationships. But with a little bit of strategy, communication, and intentionality — and perhaps the help of a certified financial planner (CFP) — managing finances with a partner can be less painful, more productive.  Being on the same page

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