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What You Should Know About Payable-On-Death Accounts

BY Kaycee Cuaira

Payable-on-death (POD) accounts are accounts that transfer to a beneficiary upon the death of the account holder. POD accounts can be a convenient way to …

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Gina Fresquez: How This Author and Coach Got Back in Touch with Her Passion

BY Brynne Conroy

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Gina Fresquez is a self-described ambitious, high-achieving woman, and she always has been. She started her career in the corporate world, landing her dream position …

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Parenting Bloggers of Tomorrow: San Francisco

BY Brynne Conroy

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Parenting looks different with every child and every mother. This fact can leave you feeling isolated sometimes. But while every journey through motherhood is different, …

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Parenting Bloggers of Tomorrow: Cleveland

BY Brynne Conroy

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Cleveland is a city undergoing great revitalization. Investment is coming back. Art is coming back. Jobs are coming back. And with all of this renaissance …

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What is Pet Insurance and How Does it Work?

BY Kaycee Cuaira

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It seems like every odd year or so, new polls come out showing that Americans, especially younger Americans, are leaning more towards investing their time …

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Parenting Bloggers of Tomorrow: Seattle

BY Brynne Conroy

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With gorgeous scenery, good food and supportive communities, Seattle is a great place to raise a family. If the Seattle Freeze has made it hard …

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What is a "pour-over" will?

BY Kaycee Cuaira

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A pour-over will is something that you will never see without its counterpart—a trust fund. A pour-over will is a common estate planning tool used …

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Spotlight: Kiersten Saunders paid off over $200K in debt. Now she helps others do the same.

BY Brynne Conroy

Between 2013 and 2018, Kiersten Saunders and her husband, Julien, paid off over $200,000 in debt. After such a monumental achievement, you might expect them …