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Americans Are Saving Too Much. (Wait! Did I Just Say That?)
Americans are saving much more today than they have in three decades. So much more that it's worth looking into.
After The Shock: Your Financial Guide To Losing A Loved One
Sometimes it takes a crisis like the sudden death of a spouse to pay attention to what matters most in life. Chanel's guide will help soften the devastating impact.
Overcoming Divorce And Emerging Stronger
Ditch the drama. Divorce is never easy, but going into it prepared makes the difference between just surviving and fulfilling your next best life.
Can Wealth Ruin Your Family’s Future?
There is a right way and a wrong way to prevent the problems of passing on your wealth. This segment will help get you thinking on the right path.
Divorce Planning: Why Divvying Up Financial Assets Is No Cake Walk
An insightful "how-to" on handling the complicated finances behind dividing up your retirement plans and financial assets.
Smart Ways To Manage Your IRA Required Minimum Distributions
Retirees above age 70 1/2 must take Required Minimum Distributions from their IRAs every year. Find out some of the smartest, most tax-efficient ways to handle RMDs.
When Your Kids Ask For Money, Are You Hurting Your Own...
Most parents want to help with their children’s financial needs, but juggling their requests with your retirement demands definitely takes some financial finesse.
Where to Focus Your Financial Planning: Your Retirement Or College For...
There’s a good chance you’ll be planning for your retirement AND planning to send kids to college. It’s important to know where your financial planning focus should be to keep your “golden years” golden!
What Your Financial Advisor Isn’t Telling You
There are plenty of areas your financial advisor is not trained to help you with, so it's up to you to become educated on your own.
Become The One Person You Can Count On For Financial Success
Become your own biggest motivator for financial success. Here's how to channel your energy to save, invest, and become financially independent.