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Quitting your job without another lined up? Read this first.
Do you day dream (and night dream) of quitting your job? Maybe you’re in a high stress environment that’s making you miserable. Or perhaps you need a break to re-center yourself. How do you actually afford quitting?
Everything You Ever Wanted (or Needed) to Know about IRAs
Admit it. You’re curious..
Achieve the BIG life
Millennial women want it ALL. But then again … who doesn’t? My So Money guest Ann Shoket shares how young women are actually achieving it ALL – a fulfilling career, meaningful relationships and friendships and financial security. As the former Editor-in-Chief of Seventeen magazine, Ann spent several years diving deep into the Millennial zeitgeist and has captured […]
4 Ways to Maximize Your Tax Refund
Expecting a tax refund this year? How will you make the most of it? If 2016 repeats taxpayers will likely park most of their refund in a savings account this year. The National Retail Federation or NRF found that nearly 50% of Americans planned to set aside their IRS checks in 2016. Check out 4 […]
7 Things College Students Should Know About Credit
College can be a popular time to establish credit. According to a survey by credit reporting agency Experian, 58% of soon-to-be college graduates possess a credit card, making average monthly charges of over $500. Check out the 7 things college students should know about credit in order to be financially responsible over on the Mint blog.
Make Money From Home TODAY
Confession: I just got the courage to shred my 2008 tax returns. There’s something terrifying about cutting loose certain financial documents, right? But, the IRS assured me, it’s no big deal. As we head into the spring, I thought it would be helpful to provide you with a list of ways to declutter your financial […]
More Money, More Romance?
Whether you’re a young adult trying to thrive on a starting salary, or a Gen X-er caring for aging parents in addition to your household, I have some advice for you in the latest issue of O, The Oprah Magazine. My February column is all about how to best approach your money at any age. While […]