Summer FUN Without Losing Your Financial Focus

By Samantha Compton I love Summer!  Though I am not a fan of the heat and humidity that often comes along with it, there is...

Utah Auditor John “Frugal” Dougall: The Most Frugal Man in the World

by Heather Pluard "He only eats out once a week; sample day at the supermarket. His car not only stops on a dime; it picks...

Principles of Financial Planning Series: Protect the Income, Grow the Rest

By Samantha Compton This month, I’m introducing the last principle in this series, Financial Principle #5: Protect the Income, Grow the Rest.  This principle will...

How to pack the perfect picnic

By Amber Pankonin With the one-year anniversary of Smart Women Smart Money magazine and the fact that we survived a pandemic, there are so many...

College Savings Month: Why Financial Education is Essential

By Nebraska State Treasurer John Murante Financial wellness has become increasingly important for all Americans. In the wake of downturns, a global pandemic, and...

Remembering 9/11: Peg Creonte Shares About “The Innate Goodness of People”

By Peg Creonte On the morning of September 11, 2001, I was home with our two young boys, just 4 and 5 years old and...

A History and Celebration of Labor in America

By Sarah Wall For many of us, Labor Day is an end-of-summer celebration. It’s an extra Monday away from the office filled with neighborhood barbeques...

Heart of the Matter with Melanie Kreifels: A Work in Progress

By Melanie Kreifels, MA, LCPC Our lives are intertwined by moments, sometimes just barely touching each other and others slamming up against each other.  Each...

Carolyn’s Corner: My Thoughts on ‘Side-Hustles’

By Carolyn Holly I absolutely loved we are talking about a side hustle in this past edition! First, the term itself makes me think of someone...

3 Tricks to Managing Both a Full-Time Job and a Side Hustle

By Amber Pankonin As someone with a full-time job and side hustle, I can tell you that it can be challenging balancing my work and...

Landing Your Networking and EQ

By Judy Carter How many times have you heard “It’s not what you know, but who you know.”?  Often this statement is made in reference...
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