This is a personal opinion blog written by me and only me!
Until September of 2011, when I started writing for Forbes.com, I only wrote in my little notebook journal beside my bed. In my closet, there sits a box full of old journals dating back to when I was a child. Who knew back then, I’d have my own byline on a major financial news site and have my own blog to boot!
I absolutely love sharing ideas and insights about money that may help someone retire earlier, pay off debt, enjoy their life a bit more every day and/or give more to charities.
All that said, there are a couple of things to note about this blog. It’s a blog – not personalized investment advice. For advice specific to your situation, I suggest you meet with and hire a Certified Financial Planner(TM), Professional to tailor advice for your personal financial situation.
To be clear: The advice provided is not personalized investment advice, may not be suitable for your individual situation, are not guarantees of future performance, and may differ materially from actual events that occur.
Please note – Nancy Anderson is a Regional Financial Planning Strategist with Key Private Bank. The views expressed by Nancy are her personal opinions and not those of Key Private Bank. Key Private Bank shall not be liable for any claims or losses of any nature, including, but limited to, lost profits, punitive or consequential damages.
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To offset the cost of managing the blog and to practice what I preach with earning money on the side as a “side hustle” or transitioning your hobby to a part-time retirement job, I may be compensated from affiliate links and/or advertising. I do believe it is OK that I am compensated by advertisers for the time and effort I put forth in sharing insights and deals with everyone.
Subsequently, certain products or services and links to products or services are affiliate links, and I may earn a commission for any purchases that you make. Occasionally, I am compensated to give my honest opinion on products and/or services. This will not incur additional cost to you.
I would only mention products and services to you because I believe in them and want to help you improve your life. I only recommend products or services that I feel deliver value to you. With full disclosure, of course, Acorns of Acorns is a for-profit business, which means I do earn an income with this website.
It’s best to just assume that any links leading you to products or services are affiliate links and that I will receive a commission from your purchase.
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(Updated March 22, 2020)