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Could It Be? Researchers Find A Hiring Bias That Favors Women

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By Owen Phillips

Think, for just a moment, about the last job you applied for.

If you didn't get the job (apologies), did you get an interview? If not, did you feel some hidden forces, beyond your control, working against you?

Got the Stay-at-Home-Mom Blues?

got-the-stay-at-home-mom-blues-how-to-decide-if-you-should-go-back-to-work-1-size-3.jpgHow to Decide If You Should Go Back to Work

By Marissa Torrieri Bloom with Keith Klein

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Before you conclude whether the SAHM life is for you, ask yourself these six questions.

A 3-Pronged Strategy for Maximizing the Value of Your Year-End Bonus

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By Kimberly Rotter with Keith Klein

A year-end bonus from an employer is not a chance jackpot. It’s an opportunity to build even more financial security than comes with the bi-weekly paycheck.

If you are fortunate enough to receive a year-end bonus, maximize its value by thinking carefully about how best to use it. Making good decisions about finances now will lead to many years of benefits and eventual financial security.

5 reasons retirement planning is tougher for women

women.jpgBy Maryalene LaPonsie | Money Rates Columnist

With Keith Klein

The gender pay gap has garnered all sorts of media and legislative attention, prompting marches, committee hearings and petitions to Washington. There is even an Equal Pay Day (it was April 8 this year) to mark how far into the new year females must work to earn as much as men did the previous year.

My own Turning Pointe: The need for an independent platform

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In 2011, after more than 15 years as a financial service advisor, I reached my Turning Pointe.  It had become clear to me that the best way to provide unbiased solutions to my clients was to do it from a platform that would always put their needs first.


How to have a life after college and repay your student loans

Student Loan ImageBy Keith Klein

Getting started on your own post-college is a turning point in many students’ lives. Big decisions like choosing a career and where to live loom large. For those who have taken on debt, student loan repayment begins approximately 2 months after graduation (though lenders differ in this requirement), and repayment may add even more stress. There are some simple things that you should do to get yourself off on the right footing after college.

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