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By Naomi Atwater With many of us recently graduating, moving, or changing jobs, the summer months have caused us to have to adjust to new routines, people, and...

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By Ashley Ann Reich In today’s times, many individuals are considering what a financial emergency is and whether to dip into their savings or, for some, their retirement....

From the Editor: Walking Through Worry

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By Melanie Kreifels, LCPC Hello to our Smart Women Smart Money readers. It's been a while since I've connected with you! It's been a busy year for SWSM...

Easy Tips & Tricks for Cutting Expenses in the Midst of Inflation

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By Ashley Reich It seems like everywhere we look, prices continue to rise. Families are seeing their grocery bills increase, gas is getting more expensive by the day,...

5 Remarkable Unsung Fathers: Celebrating Fathers’ Day

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By Naomi Atwater Though known for their great accomplishments, prestige, or honor in other areas of life, several remarkable men also shine in how they've raised their children....

OPINION: The Overturning of Roe

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By Kentucky Treasurer Allison Ball On the day that my husband Asa and I decided to start officially dating, we talked about many issues that were important to...

Valerie Rasul: Victory Over Situational Poverty

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By Shannon Santschi With inflation at a 40-year high, economic studies are revealing that for the first time in years, Americans are fearful about what may lie ahead....

Suggestions on Navigating Student Loan Repayment

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By Ashley Ann Reich The media has created quite the buzz surrounding what will happen with the outstanding federal student loans held by borrowers today. Since President Biden’s...

How Covid-19 Prepared Me for College Graduation

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By Naomi Atwater “What is your June 1st?”             June 1st. The should-be dreaded date. “What is your June 1st?” my Senior class professor asks us on the first...

Ten Actions Steps During Financial Literacy Month

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By Samantha Compton April is Financial Literacy Month and was first recognized in the U.S. in April 2004. It was designed to bring greater awareness to the need...
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