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Here are Today’s Best Posts:
Personal Capital vs Wealthfront – Which is best? Personal Capital and Wealthfront are two of the more popular web-based investment management platforms. But choosing which to use is like anything else in the personal finance world, it all comes down to personal preference and need.
It’s been a while since I’ve updated the blog! Last fall, I explained how I ditched the idea of work-life balance. On top of working really hard with my business partner Amy on Women Who Money and Women’s Money Talk, I took a temporary teaching job covering a maternity leave for a science teacher.
This post may contain affiliate links, which means I might make a small commission at no additional cost to you. Read full disclosures here. If you’re striving for financial independence, you might’ve heard about the wonders of automating your investments.
I’ll be honest…I’m not in a season of weddings. At the moment, most of my friends are married (with the exception of one couple whose wedding we will attend in the fall), and baby showers are a bit more prominent.
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