21 Dec
December 21, 2018

If you have a son or daughter who is a high school junior or senior, chances are you have been guiding them through quite a bit of paperwork lately. From college applications and scholarship essays to requests for transcripts and recommendation letters, it seems that there is a never-ending stream of forms to be completed in the college application process.

In the midst of all this paperwork, don’t forget to file one very important form, the FAFSA. The FAFSA stands for

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09 Jul
July 09, 2018

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Becoming a first-time parent is both exhilarating and exhausting. For new mothers especially, it can be frightening. Caring for a newborn adds so many new things to worry about. As a new mom myself, I’ve experienced this firsthand. From the moment we brought our son home, I worried about whether he was eating enough, sleeping enough, and, dare I say it, pooping enough.

In addition to new worries, I often

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21 Feb
February 21, 2018

Home ownership has changed from the way it used to work for prior generations. Fifty years ago, many people bought a home and stayed in it for 30 years or longer. Far fewer take that approach today. As a result, many past “rules of thumb” need to be reevaluated. The answer to “How should I finance my home purchase?” is, as with so many financial planning questions, “It depends.”

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17 Nov
November 17, 2015

This is the season of college applications. The season of campus visits, standardized testing, and early admissions. With my oldest being a high school sophomore, I should not be aware of any of this process yet. But my daughter’s email inbox has been inundated over the last several months with communications from over 100 different colleges and universities.

As her parent, I am floored by the intensity and breadth of the marketing process involved in the College Decision. I admire my

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