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Quote Of The Week: Why You Need To Talk To Your Daughters About Money

In recognition of International Women’s Day March 8, 2021, women everywhere are encouraged to educate themselves about investing so they can close the earnings and wealth gap between men and women. A better understanding of personal finance will help women provide financially for themselves and their families. Women can also do their share to bring […]

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Quote Of The Week: The Only Failure Is Not Trying

Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd built Bumble into a $7 billion business and made herself a billionaire at age 31 by letting women make the first move when it comes to dating and networking. Here’s what she has to say about achieving success: “The only failure is not trying. Trying and having it not work […]

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Quote Of The Week: Thinking About Long Term Care Needs

Have you thought about your future long-term care needs? Roughly half of all Americans age 65 and older will need some kind of long-term care services. “As you plan for retirement, one of your primary goals should be ensuring that you’ll have sufficient assets to live comfortably for several more decades. If you or a […]

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Quote Of The Week: How COVID Taught Us To Stay Invested

The Wall Street Journal compiled 15 personal finance lessons we can learn from 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s one about the importance of staying invested, even when the market gets rocky. That is advice worth reviewing now as many market indexes are  reaching new highs. While that needn’t mean a pullback is imminent (if […]

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Quote Of The Week: COVID Creates Haves And Have-Nots

“In some ways it’s a tale of two cities. While a number of Americans have been able to pay down their credit card debt during the pandemic, some people are really struggling because they’ve been laid off or have had their hours cut.” Bruce McClary, spokesman for the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), interviewed by Daniel […]

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Quote Of The Week: Thanksgiving Gratitude

“I count my blessings far more than I count my money.” — Dolly Parton Dolly Parton grew up poor in rural Appalachia and has become a beloved country music icon, actress, philanthropist and businesswoman, founding the theme park Dollywood in Pidgeon Forge, Tennessee.  Inspired by her father’s inability to read and write, Dolly started Imagination […]

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Quote Of The Week: Tropical Storms Remind Us Why We Need Flood Insurance

“Tropical Storm Eta’s record rainfall left behind flood-damaged homes across South Florida. And it also left behind a stark reminder that your property insurance policy may not have you covered.” “A lot of people don’t know that their homeowner’s or renter’s insurance doesn’t include flooding,” says Logan McFaddin of the American Property Casualty Insurance Association. […]

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Quote Of The Week: How An Emergency Fund Can Boost Your Financial Confidence

“An emergency fund can boost peace of mind and financial confidence in long-term goals. In a report conducted by AARP, people with emergency funds felt 2.5 times more confident in their ability to achieve their financial goals than those who did not.” Christine Benz, “What the Coronavirus Means for the Future of Financial Planning,” Morningstar, October 13, […]

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Quote Of The Week: Where To Get Help Managing Your Retirement Money

Many people approaching or in retirement feel they need help managing their nest egg so it lasts throughout their entire retirement. Here’s a great Q&A with financial columnist Linda Stern (AskLinda@aarp.org) from this month’s AARP Bulletin, explaining why it’s so important to rely on a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™  professional who is a fiduciary.   Question: […]

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Quote Of The Week: The Coming Childcare Crisis

“There are upward of 45 million working parents with children under 18, and most of them are in jobs that can’t be done from home. Without in-person school, many parents will be forced to choose between working and supervising and caring for their children. Many will choose the latter.” Justin Lahart, “Beware of Complacency on […]

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