Welcome back to the Leave it to the Pros series, where we ask the country’s top financial experts important questions about your personal finances. We’re up to round six, sitting down today with Lynnette Khalfani-Cox. Co-founder of the free financial advice blog, AskTheMoneyCoach.com, Lynnette also heads up MyMoneyCircles.com, a free personal finance boot camp that launches this month.
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Over the last five weeks, we’ve been sitting down with the top financial experts in the country, asking them the important finance questions we all want (and need!) to know. This series, “Leave it to the Pros”, is up to round #6 today as we sit down with Carmen Wong Ulrich, CBS contributor and author of The Real Cost of Living.
We’re up to round four in our “Leave it to the Pros” series, where we take our pressing financial questions to the experts. This week, we’re chatting with Erica Sandberg, editor at large for Bankrate.com’s money and credit management website, Credit Card Guide.
No, this is not another article about how to save money on gifts. There are already way too many people out there whose only “financial” thought right now is whether to buy their nephew an expensive new iPad or stick with a cheaper video game. And while that’s an important decision, there are also a number of personal financial loose ends that you should be taking care of before the end of the year.
Here are some ways to save (or at least not lose) your hard-earned money.
Welcome back to our new series, “Leave it to the Pros.” Today, we’re talking with Liz Weston, personal finance columnist for MSN Money and AARP the Magazine, and author of the new book, “The 10 Commandments of Money.”
When it comes to tough financial questions and issues, it’s often best to leave it to the pros. In part two of our 10-part series where we take our pressing financial questions to the experts, we talk to Will Chen, co-founder of the uber-popular personal finance blog, Wise Bread.
Every person in this country could use some financial planning help to make the smartest choices possible with their money. From my perspective as a wealth coach and Certified Financial Planner professional today, I wish that I had known a financial planner 25 years ago when I was starting out on my own. I would have made very different financial decisions along the way and would be in a much better place today if I had. Having been both a financial planner and financial planning client, I put together this list of the six secrets to choosing a financial planner.
When you get yourself into debt, it affects more than your credit score and bank account balance. Financial woes can take a toll on your mental health and even trickle into physical ailments that affect your body and overall health. Learn about the connection between financial and mental health, as well as ways to help keep your financial woes from creating health problems for your body or your mind.