10 Questions Financial Planners Wish You’d Ask

10 Questions Financial Planners Wish You’d Ask

When it comes to enlisting the services of a financial advisor, the process is a bit like dating. Just like you want to find a partner who shares your goals, communicates clearly and inspires trust, you want to find a financial pro who exhibits those qualities. U.S. News asked financial planners which questions they wish their clients would ask them. Their responses are below. [See: 8 Times to Talk to a Financial Advisor.] “How do you get paid?” This question is absolutely essential for clients who are visiting a financial…

10 Pixie Haircuts That Will Make You Want to Chop, Chop

10 Pixie Haircuts That Will Make You Want to Chop, Chop

If you’re carefree and classically cool (the type we all want to be, honestly), chances are you’ve considered a pixie haircut. And we say: Take the plunge, because we can’t think of anything chicer than a properly sculpted short haircut. Here’s a roundup of the ten best ways to rock this resurged trend and show off that bone structure your mama gave ya. Read More: 10 Pixie Haircuts That Will Make You Want to Chop, Chop Save Save

How Mindful Eating Could Change Your Whole Damn Life

How Mindful Eating Could Change Your Whole Damn Life

Between work, chores and the 8 billion other things you have to do today, sitting down to eat a relaxed, 30-minute breakfast probably isn’t high on your priority list. But taking a few minutes to practice mindful eating is one of the biggest gifts you can give your body, says food and wellness guru Cassandra Bodzak, author of the new how-to cookbook Eat with Intention . Here are her five tips for creating a new eating practice that can make you feel happier, calmer and more self-confident than ever before….

The Skill Set: 7 Tips for Starting a Business in High School

The Skill Set: 7 Tips for Starting a Business in High School

This baking CEO knows all about the hustle. If there’s one thing Jessica Cervantes can measure her success to, it’s balance. In 2006, at the age of 16, she created the first cupcake on an edible stick while still in high school—naming her budding baking business PopsyCakes, a recognition of its resemblance to ice cream popsicles. After winning first place in the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) competition against 25,000 high school students across the country, she went on to college where she expertly managed the demands of schoolwork with…

The Question All Entrepreneurs Need to Ask Themselves

The Question All Entrepreneurs Need to Ask Themselves

Gerard Adams, founder of Fownders, wants to help aspiring entrepreneurs get their ideas in motion. To start your own business or not? That is the question. Serial entrepreneur, angel investor and philanthropist Gerard Adams wants to help you find the answer. Having been through great highs and lows in the entrepreneurial world, Adams knows from experience when it is time to go all in, and when it is time to step back and rethink. Adams’ first major success came in 2012. After trying and failing at multiple businesses, he teamed…

LET’S MAKE A PLAN JANUARY 2017 EDITION

LET’S MAKE A PLAN JANUARY 2017 EDITION

Eleanor Blayney From CFP Board’s Ambassadors Tips to Stay Financially Fit Year after year, getting healthy is a top New Year’s resolution for Americans, while saving more and spending less typically ranks lower on the list of priorities. While many people will purchase gym memberships they may never use, taking steps to improve financial wellness is a resolution worth pursuing, and sticking to… Read More Financial Planning for Your Retirement Retiring from the Military? Get Financially Prepared For most career military and Reserve/National Guard members transitioning back into civilian life,…