Tips for Avoiding Financial Disagreements

Here is the second article in the series about couples and money. The first one was around effective planning and managing expectations for couples. But as we know in reality, even the best laid plans can change causing tension in a relationship. This article is on how …

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Teaching Kids about Stocks and Investing

One of the things that confront many adults today is a lack of experience with how stock markets work or which stocks to invest in. In a number of cases this can be attributed to not being exposed to the stock market and equity investing …

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Tax-Exempt Money Market Funds are Rocking

Brett Arends from the Wall Street Journal had an excellent article recently on how to manage your finances in these troubling times. I have already taken one of his suggestions and moved my cash reserves* into the Vanguard Tax-Exempt Money Market fund (VMSXX) that is …

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