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How To Interview A Financial Advisor: A Proven Script From A Wharton School Expert

Hooking up with a good financial advisor can be a lot like finding an ace mechanic: Wherever possible, you’ll want to use word of mouth from trusted friends or family members to find someone who’s ethical, honest and has the experience, if you will, t … [Read more...]

61/2 Steps to Financial Stability

How do you go from being flat broke to achieving -- if not wealth -- a state of financial comfort, freedom, and security? One step at a time. But: Do you know what your next step should be? I estimate that about 80 percent of questions I get … [Read more...]

What Should you do with a Windfall?

We all dream of the day when we're gifted with a winning lottery ticket or an inheritance; a dream that we spend an inordinate amount of time during our working lives thinking about. But if you got it, what should you do with a windfall? We … [Read more...]

A Woman’s Money: 8 Steps to Financial Success

With the world of finance still dominated by men, it's easy to see why women – especially those just getting started with their careers and adult lives – often feel intimidated when it comes to seeking thoughtful pointers tailored for them. … [Read more...]

6 Financial Planning Tips for Grads; a.k.a. What You Wish You Knew at 23!

Last week we featured some of the best financial advisors for 20-somethings who want to get a jump start on their financial plan. Today's guest author, Sophia Bera, CFP® is one of our featured advisors. After working as a financial planner for L … [Read more...]

Top Financial Advisors for Millennials

Most weeks, I get more money questions via email than I could ever answer. While a blog like Money Under 30 is a terrific resource for helping you learn the basics of money management from others who have been there before, there comes a time when … [Read more...]

Some Reading for a New Year: How to Set Financial Goals and Stick to Them

The end of the year is a time of hope … we look forward to next year, often with the intentions of making it better than the last. It’s also a time of reflection, and for those in control of their finances (like all of us in the Money Under 30 com … [Read more...]

DIY or Buy? When It’s Cheaper to Make It Yourself or Buy Off The Shelf

Last year, the Better Business Bureau received 5,558 complaints regarding general contractors, placing the group in the top 30 out of all industries tracked, according to Money Talks News. No wonder home improvement stores are packed to the gills … [Read more...]

Advice for Winning $500 Million

Like a lot of people this week, my wife and I have been seduced by the media attention surrounding the half-billion dollar Powerball lottery prize – the nation’s second biggest lotto jackpot ever. And so, last night, we bought a single $2 ticket. N … [Read more...]

Fired! How to Get Your Finances in Order When you Lose Your Job

Imagine the unimaginable: It’s Friday and you head to work in a good mood, primed for the weekend ahead. You settle at your desk, check your email, and see that your boss wants to see you in his office. You go in, he closes the door, and you notice t … [Read more...]