The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts (IDFA®)
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by WIFE Editor
1M ago
The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts (IDFA®) is the premier national organization dedicated to the education, certification and use of financial professionals during the divorce process. Their Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA®) Program is designed to prepare divorce professionals as experts on the financial aspects of divorce. For many clients, divorce represents the largest financial transaction of their lives. The role of a CDFA® professional is to address the unique financial issues of divorce using data to help achieve equitable settlements. Visit the IDFA website to find ..read more
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Ilyssa Panitz: The Divorce Journalist
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by WIFE Editor
9M ago
Ilyssa Panitz is the only Divorce Journalist solely committed to covering every angle of divorce to help others navigate this major life transition and build back better. She writes a divorce column for Authority Magazine and has contributed to outlets on divorce. Ilyssa serves as Content/Editorial Producer for The National Association of Divorce Professionals and was Co-Host of “All Things Divorce” on Clubhouse. Since July 2021, she has hosted and produced the nationally syndicated radio show “The Divorce Hour” on CRN Digital Talk Radio and platforms like Spotify and iTunes. With experience a ..read more
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How the 4% Rule Can Help You Save for Retirement
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by WIFE Editor
1y ago
Most of us hope to retire someday but saving for retirement can be confusing. How much money do you need to retire? One simple and easy rule of thumb, known as the “4% Rule” is a great starting point for your retirement planning. It’s not a magical concept or a hard and fast rule, but it can give you a clear savings target and help you learn if you’re on the right track toward retirement success. Americans Aren’t Saving Enough for Retirement Unfortunately, the dream of retirement seems to be getting farther and farther away from many Americans. A survey by the Federal Reserve showed that the ..read more
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Hispano Collaborative Professionals (HCP)
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by WIFE Editor
1y ago
We are pleased to introduce you to Hispano Collaborative Professionals (HCP), an inspirational Cool New Friend of WIFE.org, Hispano Collaborative Professionals (HCP) is a unique Florida-based practice group of interdisciplinary professionals fluent in both English and Spanish, dedicated to assisting families in navigating major life-changing events with peace, respect, and dignity. The group consists of independent lawyers, neutral financial professionals, facilitators, and other professionals, all dedicated to the Collaborative Divorce process. They work together to help identify intere ..read more
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Best Part-Time Jobs for Older Women
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by WIFE Editor
2y ago
Many women enter their retirement years without the financial security they’d like. According to a survey by TIAA, only 19% of women feel that they are on track to retire fully without running out of money. As a result, over half of Americans plan to continue working after their retirement. If your savings aren’t where you’d like them to be, you may be considering a part-time job after you retire. What kind of job should you look for? What can you expect to earn? Most importantly, are the best part-time jobs for older women? We’ve been researching part-time jobs for older women and have come ..read more
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What Are I Bonds and Can They Protect Your Retirement Savings from Inflation?
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by WIFE Editor
2y ago
If you’re currently retired or approaching retirement, you’d probably prefer to protect your savings from risky investments. However, investments considered “safe” also tend to offer dismal returns. When inflation kicks into high gear, it can quickly eat away at the value of your retirement savings. Is there any way you can get the best of both worlds? A safe way to invest your retirement savings that will also give you enough returns to hold up against inflation? The answer could be I bonds. What are I bonds and can they really shield your retirement savings from inflation? Let’s find out. B ..read more
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How to Save Money with an Instant Pot
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by WIFE Editor
2y ago
You’ve probably noticed your grocery bills climbing recently. Buying food for yourself and your household can be expensive. You know what else is expensive? Your time. Research shows women spend two hours more per day doing chores than men. That includes cooking. Is there a way for you to save money on your food budget while also saving time in the kitchen? Depending on who you talk to, your salvation may just be the Instant Pot. The Instant Pot is not your grandmother’s stovetop pressure cooker (which was kind of scary). Instead, this whizbang gadget can help you cook tons of different recip ..read more
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The Joy of Creativity: Setting an Intention
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by Elizabeth Bryan-Jacobs
2y ago
You will need: 10 minutes of quiet time, paper, pen and any art materials of your choice. Quiet your mind. Close your eyes, and connect with your breath. Notice the gentle rising and falling of your chest. If your thoughts wander, no problem; keep coming back to your breath. Open your eyes and ask: What would I like to bring into my life right now? What do I need to let go? Set your intention. Think, say, and write your intention: “My intention is to….have, receive, let go of, release, attract ______.” Avoid negative words like “not” and “don’t.” Soak into your intention: Feel it deeply. Draw ..read more
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The 10 Best Financial Games for Kids
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by WIFE Editor
2y ago
If you’ve struggled with money woes in the past, you probably want to protect your children from making similar financial mistakes. Or, at the very least, you want to send them into adulthood understanding the basics of money management. What are the best ways to teach kids about money? The answer might just be money games for children. While your children probably don’t want a lecture about budgeting or the importance of starting a retirement fund early, they likely do enjoy playing games. Here are 10 great money games for children of all ages, from kindergarteners just learning about money ..read more
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How to Get Divorced If I’m Broke?
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by WIFE Editor
2y ago
Let’s state the obvious. Even when you’re in a financially stable position, divorce is incredibly stressful. Now, what happens if you want (or need) a divorce but your bank account is depressingly empty? What happens if you want to get a divorce, but you’re broke? Too often, spouses, and especially women, decide to stay in unhappy and unhealthy marriages because they fear they cannot afford to get divorced. Their fears are understandable. According to the legal website, Nolo, the average cost of divorce in the United States was $12,900. If you’re struggling to make ends meet, that cost can se ..read more
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