Posts by Melissa Gannon, CDFA(R)

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 expands 529 education plans in 2018 to include elementary and high school expenses. This is welcome news for parents—especially those paying private school tuition—who   are taking advantage of 529 savings plans to

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The recent Equifax data breach is a reminder to all of us that safeguarding our financial information is vital in today’s technologically charged world. Being proactive and vigilante is the best way to make it hard for opportunistic cyber criminals

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Women spend fewer years in the work force and make less money than their male counterparts. They also live longer and take more time off work for family issues. They are often too busy taking care of others and don’t

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Is it easier to pay your bills when you’re rich? Of course it is. Does being rich automatically mean that you can or will pay your bills on time? No it does not. Being rich means that you have the

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Getting divorced is a very emotional process, and people often make financial mistakes that can haunt them for the rest of their lives. If you are thinking about filing for divorce or in the midst of negotiating a settlement, be

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