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I’m not a millennial, but a number of my Vanguard colleagues currently fit this demographic. And they often seek counsel from the one with a few flecks of grey in her hair―about work, life, and investing.
When it comes to … Read more
During the course of a year, I read a lot on the topic of investing and personal finance. Articles, blogs, books, tweets, white papers, journal pieces, etc.
I read some good stuff (and I read, unfortunately, too much bad stuff). … Read more
A few months ago, my husband and I experienced debit card fraud. Reviewing our bank account online, I noticed a series of strange ATM withdrawals that we didn’t make. The withdrawals were substantial, adding up to a few thousand dollars. … Read more
At 39 years old, I was unprepared for breast cancer. With no family history of the disease, I had my first mammogram about a year ago. Two days later, I received a call suggesting that I return to the office … Read more