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If you are in a two income family with young children, I don’t have to tell you that life can be frenetic! My husband and I both worked while our two children were growing up, and that time just blew … Continue reading
According to a recent study by Bridgewater State University , one-fifth of third graders now have cell phones. That’s just at the youngest extreme – 83% of kids in middle school are dialed in. Whether we like it or not, … Continue reading
Good friends are rare occurrence in life, you know the kind you can talk to about anything and they won’t judge or hold anything against you? If you have such friends you know what I’m talking about. One of my … Continue reading
One unfortunate fact of our psychological make-up is that humans, by nature, aren’t exactly wired to save. Blame our caveman ancestors – we prioritize the here and now over the future. Why pass up a current opportunity in favor of … Continue reading
When I graduated from college I was eager to enter the “real world” to start getting paid for the skills I had learned. When I got my first big-girl job in New York City, I finally had steady cash flowing … Continue reading
One of my favorite Money Rules is #21: Save for Something. Following that rule makes it infinitely easier to save, because you have an image in your mind of the end result. This isn’t just my theory – it’s backed … Continue reading
One question I get asked all the time is “how do I teach my kids how to save money?” I’m not surprised this is a repeat inquiry, because as a parent, I know it’s an uphill battle. But you want… Continue reading
Do you know how much you money you need to retire? Many people don’t. Well, this week, you’re going to find out. I know it sounds like a daunting proposition, and you may be worried that you’re going to learn… Continue reading
As regular readers know, we’ve been highlighting results from our annual Wells Fargo Retirement Study for a couple weeks now. This is the third in a series of four posts—here are part one and part two. As I’ve mentioned, we… Continue reading