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With changing tax laws, it's important to not only understand them but have trusted advisors help you navigate them. Chicago tax attorney, Devin W. Blackburn, spoke with us and shed some light on the issue. more

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For many of us, debt is a part of life—whether you have student loans, auto loans, a mortgage, or credit card debt, it’s time to take action. more

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Stressing about finances? Wealth advisors, Mohini McCormick and Christina Castrejon share tips with Chicago Woman over achieving peace of mind when it comes to money. more

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Wealth Advisor, Laurie P. Barry, shares the most important steps to discovering your personal financial goals! more

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Yes, it’s already that time of year again. How did it get here so fast? So NOW on top of baking cookies, frequenting many holiday parties, and your holiday shopping list—you should consider yet another thing to do: Your Year-end Financial Checklist. more

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Many women believe that when they meet Mr. Right they will then begin to plan for their future especially financially. Why wait on someone else to show up to be fabulous? Better to be Ms. Right, right now, since a man isn't a financial plan. more

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It all started with Tupperware parties over 60 years ago, network marketing has come a long way since then. Many women find opportunities on their terms, on their own time with dozens of such companies. more

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You have scrimped and saved and finally have a nest egg. Congratulations! But now you have another problem: how will you make it grow? Senior investment counselor Chris White has five questions you need to be asking yourself. more

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Planning your financial future requires two key traits which are women's strengths: Problem solving and competence. Annette Findling helps women act fearlessly and conquer the financial frontier. more

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With the election within weeks, the economy will certainly be affected by the outcome. Our democracy has proven over and over that it is resilient in the face of challenge. There are all sorts of reasons to feel optimistic about the overall economy. more

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Everyone says you must save and everyone agrees that saving is a great idea. The problem – it’s easy to say, but hard to do! Can you save or save more? You sure can. Just follow these three keys to building savings and wealth. more

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As more and more technologic advancements are introduced into the world, it seems the easier it is to have your money and identity stolen. National Grandparent's Day is on September 11. more

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As a woman, mother, or wife—and any combination thereof—you are your own CFO (Chief Financial Officer or Chief Family Officer) and probably don’t recognize your role and its importance. more

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Terri Brax cofounded Women Tech Founders (WTF), a media and networking organization for women founders and leaders of tech start­ups. more

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Start the year with a clean slate and get your financial life in shape. While this means different things to different people. It’s all about setting a goal and achieving it. Or even multiple goals to reach an end. more

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Women have learned to talk comfortably about sex and politics. Money is the final frontier. It is time to crack the code on our relationship with money. Let’s start by demystifying some of the most common terms. more

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An inheritance, a great stock, or property investments are surefire ways people have acquired wealth, but there’s another proven approach to wealth-building: entrepreneurship. more

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Investment experts Carolyn Leonard and Monika Black at DyMynd offer 10 key points to keep in mind when interviewing prospective advisors. more

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To avoid the heartbreak of financial infidelity, here are four tips from sponsor, Ladden & Allen. more

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If you don’t have a flextime or remote work policy and you plan to do any hiring in the near future, you should be concerned—especially if your recruiting plan includes hiring millennials. Ahead, tips on hiring and retaining the next generation. more

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