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Jill Schlesinger

From CFP Board’s Senior Ambassador
 

4 Ways to Keep a Cool Head in a Hot Housing Market

In today’s market, there is a shortage of homes for first-time buyers. Senior CFP Board Ambassador Jill Schlesinger, CFP® shares steps that may improve your odds of finding your ‘Home Sweet Home’… Read More

 
 
   
 

Financial Planning for Your Retirement

 
   
 

Baby Boomers: Managing Money in the Golden Years

For many who have retired or will be retiring in the years to come, outliving their nest egg may be a potential risk. CFP Board Ambassador Michael Guillemette, CFP® explains how Baby Boomers can navigate the financial markets… Read More

   
 

Taxes Can Be a Real Threat to Your Retirement

Many retirees inadvertently end up with a tax plan that’s upside-down from what would be best for them. Michael Yoder, CFP® discusses asset allocation and how to maintain a well-balanced portfolio in retirement… Read More

 
   
 
 

Financial Planning for Your Life Now

 
   
 

Financial Commandments for New Professionals

Moving, job hunting, and managing student loans can be a challenge in your early 20s. Tyler Dolan, CFP® discusses five commandments to help new professionals navigate their financial world… Read More

   
 

Rid Your Post-Grad Stress: Pay Down Debt

A majority of college seniors crossed the graduation stage with some sort of debt. CFP Board Ambassador Marguerita Cheng, CFP® says there are ways to alleviate the stress and pay it down… Read More

 
   
 

5 Steps to Prepare for Career Opportunity

If you need to cope with the sudden loss of a job because of a layoff or find that a job feels untenable, you’ll find the financial plan you created in advance to be invaluable, says CFP Board Ambassador Bill Schretter, CFP®… Read More

 
   
 
 

Financial Planning for Women

 
   
 

Women in Retirement: Reduce Your Risk of Running Out of Money

Many women may not realize just how long they may live in retirement. Beth Andrews, CFP® suggests steps they should consider to avoid running out of money in their golden years… Read More

   

Navigating Wedding Finances with Divorced Parents: Tips for Brides

Planning a wedding is stressful. When your parents are divorced, it’s even more challenging. Kimberly Foss, CFP® provides her take on how to best communicate with both parents during this time… Read More

   
 
 

Financial Planning for Your Children

 
   
 

Summer Jobs Can Teach Your Teens Memorable Money Lessons

Summer and seasonal jobs for teenagers mean more than just a paycheck. Laura Medigovich, CFP® explains how they provide lessons in money management skills in addition to real-world experiences…Read More

   
 

Financial Tips for Your Growing Family

Are you a new parent or expecting soon? Eric Flick, CFP® shares six financial items to consider as your family grows… Read More

 
   
 

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