4 couples share strategies they use to manage money

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Imagine this, you meet someone you mesh with and you want to start building a life together. The only problem is you might be too punch-drunk with excitement to give much thought to how your partner will handle shared expenses. According to a new AICPA survey, 88% of Millennial couples say financial decisions are a […]

FinanceWell announces new website re-launch

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After several months of dedication and hard work, FinanceWell™ is thrilled to announce the re-launch of its new website (https://financewell.com), designed with a fresh new look, new features, updated services, user-friendly navigation and the latest news resources and tools. Early feedback from people using the platform has been positive across the board. The site as […]

6 reasons why women should ask for a raise this year

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Not that long ago, I was flying home from a speaking engagement next to a woman who was diligently preparing what appeared to be a financial analysis. As the plane was rolling down the runway, she snapped her computer shut and looked over to smile at me. “Looming deadline?” I asked. She shook her head […]

The top personal finance books for recent college grads

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If you’re getting your college grad a gift of money, you might want to include a book on how to put that present to good use. Financial planning might not be a priority — 70 percent of grads are finishing school with significant debt. But with U.S. employers adding an average of 200,000 jobs per […]

How to manage your money like a CEO

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Companies have to manage the bottom line in order to stay in business, and it’s easy to forget that we have to do the same. Instead, it’s easy to let your money manage you and to play a constant game of catch-up with your finances. Here’s how to take the bull by the horns and […]