In this episode, I’m talking with Stacy Francis, president and CEO of Francis Financial and host of the Financially Every After podcast, about a topic that is impacting more and more people every year—how to manage money as a blended family.
The coronavirus outbreak has slowed life down for many people around the world, but for some, it’s put them on the fast track to retirement.
COVID-19 stay-at-home orders have some side-effects: Pet adoptions are up … and divorces soon may be, too.
Bad economic news around the Covid-19 crisis can trigger “amygdala hijack,” an emotional and potentially irrational response, in investors.
From credit card tricks to rent strategies, here’s how to get — and stay — in control when your finances.
Here are answers to some of the critical questions to stay financially sound at a time of unprecedented challenges.
Many financial advisors spent most of Monday calming clients anxious about the panic selling that led to the worst day for U.S. stocks since December 2008.
When it comes to saving for retirement, many working women are falling short.
Once thought to be relegated to social media, FOMO is rabid in the financial world.
The question of whether to keep or sell the family home after divorce is tricky. You’ve got to set your emotions aside and do the math.