Click on any of the archived monthly newsletters below for further resources.
May: Social Security
April: Stimulus and Taxes
March: National Debt
February: Managing Funds
January: Social Media
December: Mistakes to Avoid in the New Year
October: Student Loans and Politics
September: Presidential Elections and the Market
August: Investing in Real Estate
July: Investing in Your Health
June: Factor Investing
May: Budgets and Bear Markets
April: Responding to COVID-19
March: Refinancing Your Debt
February: Accessing Retirement Funds Early
December: Leisure and Contentment
November: Buying a Car
September: When Should You Hire a Financial Advisor?
July: Debt Repayment
June: Asset Protection
February: Index Funds
December: Charitable Giving
October: The Way You Look at Your Money
September: Resources for Comprehensive Planning
July: Estate Planning
June: Student Loans
May: Spring Clean Up
April: Alternative Investing
February: Early Retirement
December: Lifestyle Design
November: Happiness and Budgeting
October: Expected Value Analysis
September: De-risking Your Life
July: Mortgage/Real Estate
I have compiled resources under the following headings for pertinent information gathering should you decide to pursue further self-study. If you have any recommended resources that I can add to these categories, please let me know!
Credit given to Sharon Rich, Ed.D, of Womoney for the inspiration to provide such a page as well as for many of the resources contained therein.
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