Retirement Planning

Supporting Family Financially

Ask Gen Y Planning: How to Financially Support Family?

by Sophia Bera June 16, 2018

This question was submitted by a reader! Do you have a money question you’d like Gen Y Planning to answer in a future blog post? Submit it to genyplanning.com/askgyp. What should the financial planning look like when you have a parent who has no retirement saved up and won’t be working much longer due to health […]

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Socially Responsible Investing

Ask Gen Y Planning: Should I Be a Socially Responsible Investor?

by Sophia Bera May 20, 2018

This question was submitted by a reader! Do you have a money question you’d like Gen Y Planning to answer in a future blog post? Submit it to genyplanning.com/askgyp. I would like to learn more about the pros and cons of socially responsible investing (e.g. VFTSX fund instead of VTSAX). What are the criteria used for […]

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Money mistakes in your 40s

9 Money Mistakes to Avoid in Your 40s

by Sophia Bera November 29, 2017

Your 20s were all about setting up your financial foundation and establishing good habits. Your 30s were about life changes like getting married, having kids, and building your career. In your 40s, everything is amplified even more. You’ve got growing kids and aging parents — and what you don’t have is a ton of spare […]

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Money mistakes in your 30s

8 Money Mistakes to Avoid in Your 30s

by Sophia Bera November 22, 2017

“It’s complicated” is a great way to describe life in your 30s. You’ve been working for a while, so you might finally feel more financially stable than ever before. But on the other hand, you often have competing financial priorities. Career growth, serious relationships, family, and major life purchases tend to make this a very […]

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Money mistakes in your 20s

8 Money Mistakes to Avoid in Your 20s

by Sophia Bera November 15, 2017

Ah, to be in your 20s. Brunches are frequent, hangovers are less debilitating, and all the big, serious life stuff seems so far away. So top off your bottomless mimosa, my friend, because you’ve got absolutely nothing to worry about when it comes to your finances … or do you? Well, I’ve got good news […]

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Career planning

The Role of Career Planning in Financial Planning

by Sophia Bera October 11, 2017

When I work with financial planning clients, I tend to ask a lot of questions that don’t seem to be directly related to money at all. Where do you want to live? Do you have any upcoming travel plans? Do you like your job? Here’s the thing: most decisions you make in your life are […]

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