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Most people should have a will, but many people avoid making one. Here are easy steps to help you accomplish this important task.
Pro tips for differentiating between the many 529 savings plans that are available to families who want to proactively save for their children’s education.
Great job! You’ve scored a raise at work. Take these steps to maximize your windfall and improve your financial situation.
Personal Capital is a robo advisor that gives clients access to human financial professionals, a perk that could help investors lower costs.
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Financial therapy studies your past and current money patterns to improve your life. A financial therapist explains how financial therapy can help you.
Borrowing and lending between relatives can be unexpectedly emotional. Here are some tips for setting healthy boundaries and implementing damage control.