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For decades, homeownership has been an essential element of the American dream. And buying a home has been viewed as a powerful, positive, and life-changing experience. Yet I continue to hear from a surprising number of people who believe homebuying … Continue reading

Visitors to the Wells Fargo History Museum in Minneapolis like to imagine how different things were in the early years of Wells Fargo. One of the easiest places to experience that difference is our replica stagecoach. Visitors are invited to climb … Continue reading

As a millennial I know how frustrating thinking about your financial future can be, especially when we’re struggling to get our financial present figured out. My brother, Morgan Castner, a Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Advisor, once said to me, “Chelsea, … Continue reading

It is my pleasure to introduce Brad Meiklejohn, a guest blogger from The Conservation Fund, a leading nonprofit in land conservation efforts. Brad is the Alaska State Director …

A good private-sector jobs report and an even better report about U.S. second-quarter economic growth wasn’t enough to push stocks higher, and the major indexes closed mixed. The Federal Open Market Committee, meanwhile, made no surprises at its latest meeting. … Continue reading

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The differences between high school and college classes We all know going off to college means more freedom and choice outside of the classroom, but we don’t always know — or think about — how different things are inside the … Continue reading

I was recently serving on a panel and someone asked me, “How do you manage getting through stressful situations?”  I was asked this in the context of running my business and being a leader; however, I think it could apply … Continue reading