Before covid-19 threw the world into chaos, women breadwinners were a rapidly growing demographic across every swath of American society. Their rising economic power was accompanied by increasing power in the domestic realm as well, albeit more slowly. …


A New Paradigm for Women Hit by Covid’s Economic Impact

Covid-19 has sucked for pretty much everyone, in every possible way. We all feel its health effects, the fear and anxiety, and don’t forget the frustration, annoyance and isolation of these long months. For women in particular, though, this horrible pandemic packs a powerful wallop right in the pocketbook. …


The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has reshaped the economic landscape and transformed the business environment. It’s a broad swath of changes this time, too, not just a gentle nudge in a new direction. Everything from supply chain bottlenecks and staffing issues to a sudden lurch into fully remote work (which employees…


The idea of legacy is rarely discussed in traditional financial planning. Few of us identify as wealthy and we tend to associate “legacy” with having a university building named after you or XYZ’s trust fund that endowed your favorite PBS show. …


Fear. Anxiety. Inadequacy. These feelings are extremely common around money issues and personal finance, regardless of income level. …


Is money something to be managed, engaged with and used to achieve personal goals? Or is it something to be feared, ignored or left to others to manage? …


Teaching toddlers about money is different than teaching teenagers, but some core principles of financial education persist from age to age. …


Parents often wonder how to handle the time-honored tradition of providing their children with an allowance, or whether it’s a good idea at all. …


Go Ahead and Eat the Avocado Toast … Assuming You’re Doing Everything Right

How many times have you been smugly informed that your generation sucks? To be more specific, that millennials are irresponsible and all financial challenges you face are a result of your foolish addiction to avocado toast. …


For financial decisions, knowing beats guessing

“I’d rather be vaguely right than precisely wrong.” — Keynes

You’re considering a mortgage refi that will free up 100 bucks a month. You are in the process of purchasing some life insurance (finally) and wonder how much to buy. After all, you don’t…

Meredith Moore

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