The New Taboo: Credit Card Debt

Hand-written thank you notes. Hostess gifts. Elbows that have never rested on a table mid-meal. If none of these Emily Post approved etiquette staples apply to you, you’re not alone. Modern etiquette is constantly changing. But a few rules seemed …

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Healthier and Wiser: Week 1

Healthier and Wiser Many people who have health insurance obtain it through an employer. However, there may be times in your life when you are without coverage, facing coverage choices or grappling with retirement health issues. The “Healthier and Wiser” …

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The Cost of Couplehood

Women who are married or who are sharing their family finances with a partner are prone to different financial missteps than their single friends. If you’re part of a couple and you are not currently involved in co-managing your family …

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Shine A Light on Retirement

Happy belated birthday Mick Jagger! Rock legend and boomer icon Mick Jagger turned 65 on July 26th. But how does the Stones front man measure up when compared to the average 65 year old? Surprisingly, Sir Mick is following current …

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Why Ignorance Isn’t Always Bliss

Do you know how much debt you’re in? If your answer is no, you’re not alone. Many women are unaware of exactly how much they owe. If you’re juggling credit card payments, loan payments and personal expenses, it’s easy to …

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Estate Planning: Be prepared and plan ahead

Have you considered what would happen if you become seriously ill? Protecting personal wishes and loved ones should be priorities for those facing a terminal illness. One of the most important things a person can do is to be prepared. …

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