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What is YOUR Role in a Financial Wellness Program?

Any program that promises a one-and-done approach to success isn't being honest with you. Engagement success with programming takes a bit of work. In this...

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What is YOUR Role in a Financial Wellness Program?

Any program that promises a one-and-done approach to success isn't being honest with you. Engagement success with programming takes a...

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How to genuinely care more about giving to charity

You’ve been there. Your friend asks you to donate to their effort to raise money for a charity that means...

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Getting on the same financial page as your significant other

As I was sitting at an outdoor wedding this past weekend, sweating and listening to the couple exchange vows, promises...

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Keep a binder of your financial vitals, just in case

Dying was less complicated 20 years ago. Upon the death of a loved one, a family would obtain a stack...

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How to have the perfect money conversation with your spouse

There’s one thing I hate talking to Mrs. Planner about: what happens to characters in a book or movie after...

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Behavioral Finance

If being financially well were as easy as spending less money than you make, saving 10% of your paycheck, and...

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Do I Owe Taxes for an Ex-Spouse?!

Dear Team, I’m recently divorced and just received a letter from the IRS requesting a payment of taxes from two...

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True Stability

The dictionary defines “stability” as “the strength to stand or endure.” Think carefully about each of those words and how...

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SWOF: How Big Does My Emergency Fund Really Need to Be?

Experts in the personal finance industry, including us here at Your Money Line, typically recommend three months of expenses for...

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