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By Carol Friedhoff, MS, CFP®

Here are some steps that can help you both maximize your money and also improve your well-being by becoming financially prepared and fiscally fit.

By Kathleen Rehl, PhD, CFP®

We are living in some tough economic times but here are some noteworthy facts to help you put your monetary concerns in perspective.


By Erin Baehr, CFP®, EA

The language of financial aid can be perplexing for parents and students alike. Learn some of the basics to help you navigate this intricate process. 


Three New Tax Credits

By Kenneth F. Robinson, JD, CFP®

In 2009, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act created more than 30 tax breaks. Learn more about three that could affect you.

By Kelly Adams, CFP®, EA

However improbable or foreign your goals may seem, putting them on paper can be a very positive and fruitful experience.

By Chuck J. Rylant, CFP, MBA

If you are going through a divorce, you may be feeling fear, anger, resentment, distrust, and a range of other emotions. These feelings can wreak havoc on your finances.

By J. Marc Vorchheimer, CFP®

Learn some strategies to help assure your peace of mind and maintain a balanced perspective during these turbulent times.

A Lost Decade

By Stewart Farnell, Ph.D., CFP®, EA

Learn how a balanced portfolio can shield you from the stock market's ups and downs.

Kids & Money

ACA member, Linda Leitz, CFP, EA, presents "Kids & Money" as part of the NAPFA Consumer Webinar Series.

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