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Inheritances often throw people for a loop. It can be an emotional rollercoaster as you figure out what to do. You’re going about your day-to-day life, and suddenly, your financial situation is completely changed. You may feel like other people around you don’t understand, have some guilt about your good fortune, or something else altogether. Read More

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Financial uncertainty is one of the biggest life stresses in the U.S. these days. Living paycheck to paycheck, grappling with student loans, managing credit card debt, scrambling to cover unexpected expenses…the list goes on and on. These worries impact lots of people from all income levels. In fact, many high earning Americans are living just Read More

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Let’s finish this year off strong with the last trending financial topics of 2017: September: Natural disasters – The financial side The U.S. is already facing an unprecedented hurricane season this year. What are the financial impacts of these natural disasters? Residents in affected areas can have a very hard time getting back on their feet. Read More

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It’s a story we hear quite often from newlyweds. One person is ready get their financial lives in order after the wedding, and the other just isn’t all that interested. It’s an awkward position to be in for sure, particularly when you’re working to combine everything else in your new married life. So how do Read More

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There are two groups of people in the professional world. You have the entrepreneurs, who create, organize, operate and grow businesses; and the employees, who keep those businesses chugging along doing whatever it is they do best. Now there are a whole host of differences between these key players in the American workforce. Today we’re Read More

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Living together, and unmarried? Join the crowd! More and more couples are holding off on those wedding vows, or scrapping the whole idea of marriage all together. In fact, recent research shows that only 26% of adults between the ages of 18 and 32 are married. What are they doing instead? Many are still in Read More