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Jennifer Nelson headshot

Jennifer Nelson

Jennifer has been a writer and editor for more than a decade and her work is published widely. Her finance niches include personal finance, money lifestyle, credit, debt, savings and investing, and now cryptocurrency. Jennifer works closely with financial advisors, money coaches, and investing gurus to bring little-known money advice to the forefront.

Highlights:
* Freelance writer & editor covering health, money, work, and home
* Published in US News & World Reports, AARP, PBS Next Avenue, Credit Karma, Investopedia, and many others
* Currently Health Editor at WebMD
How to combine the tools of a marriage counselor and the money savvy of a financial planner to get on the same page with your partner.
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Getting to the emotional root of your money problems can be the key to making major positive changes. Here's what some of your financial issues could really be about.
Whether or not you believe in karma, when you treat your money and others' with respect and integrity, it will put you in good stead for the future. Here's how to fix your financial faux pas.
There are times when, out of our own fear of being rude or uncomfortable, we make money choices that aren't in our best interest. Here are five ways to say a financial "no"—whether it's refusing to loan money or bowing out of Girl Scout cookies.