Finances

Is it Smart to Invest in the New “Women’s” Fund?

Is it Smart to Invest in the New “Women’s” Fund?

I’m always looking for the best ways to invest my retirement savings, especially if there are new ideas worth considering. So the recent announcement of thePax Ellevate Global Women’s Index Fund, which invests solely in stocks of companies viewed as “advancing women’s leadership,” caught my eye. The fund holds shares of more than 400 global firms […]

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Money Magazine: Help Your Kid Dig Out of Debt

Money Magazine: Help Your Kid Dig Out of Debt

No mom or dad wants their adult children to view them as a walking ATM. Still, when they’re struggling financially, what are you going to do? One thing’s for sure: A lot of them do need help. The typical 25- to 29-year-old owes more than $35,000, according to a recent study from PNC Financial Services […]

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8 Money And Work Tips For My College-Grad Niece

College graduations are hopeful, exciting, scary … and, to be honest, somewhat bittersweet. On May 11, I attended the University of Richmond’s, cheering on my 22-year-old niece, Caitlin Bonney, as she accepted her bachelor’s in business diploma. As I looked back at how she’d grown into a confident leader and let my thoughts wander forward […]

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