Articles under “Planning”

Dating In Debt: Why More People Are Saying No To Toxic Financial Baggage

When you’re thinking or talking about integrating finances — even hypothetically, before the first date, when you imagine how this person might fit into your life — the stakes are huge.

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6 Things You Could Do With Your Cash — And How To Decide What Goes Where

Making money is work — being strategic about where it goes should feel like a fun game. (Well, it’s a game where making the wrong move can cost you actual money, so maybe don’t take it too lightly.) Here are some of the key things you could do with your cash and some insights on how to decide what goes where.

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How You Should Save For Short-Term vs. Long-Term Goals

Being mindful and deliberate about how and where you’re saving to maximize growth of your money, make cash easily accessible when you need it, and minimize cash drag? That’s next level.

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Wealthfront’s Guide to Equity & IPOs

As companies like Airbnb, Lyft, Pinterest, Slack, Uber, and others gear up for multi-billion-dollar IPOs this year, we know that employees are often left with more questions than answers about their equity compensation. We collected our most popular advice on valuing equity, exercising options, selling stock, and managing a windfall into a comprehensive Guide to Equity & IPOs.

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