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PODCAST: ria collective
9/28/22

Time is Precious Be Intentional About How You Spend it with Rachael Burns

Rachael Burns shares the life-changing events that led her to leave a successful team at Ameriprise to start her RIA, True Worth Financial Planning.

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How to take control of day-to-day finances when you’re newly single. The importance of taking stock of your assets. The process of negotiation. And more!

PODCAST: one of a kind you
8/29/22

Creating Financial Stability

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PODCAST: xypn radio
8/24/22

Coaching Clients Through Uncertainty with Empathy

Rachael’s professional and life experience have allowed her to build a practice based on empathy and education, helping women manage money stress to deal with what really matters.

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How to take control of day-to-day finances when you’re newly single. The importance of taking stock of your assets. The process of negotiation. And more!

PODCAST: unbreakable you
8/15/22

Financial Independence After Divorce With Rachael Burns 

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PODCAST: grieving voices
7/19/22

The Space In Between

Grief isn't only about death. As Rachael's story illustrates, it's near-death experiences or living while death hangs around waiting to take you out that cause grief, too.

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Drawing from their own respective experiences with cancer, Rachael and Lori share resources to help you navigate the financial and practical aspects of a cancer diagnosis.

Conversation with Courageous Financial Planner Rachael Burns

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Finding Worth In & Out of Your Finances 

Empower yourself financially by getting clear on your financial goals, and don't be afraid of the changes needed to get your finances on track.

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Have you felt lost when it comes to your finances? Maybe you’ve gone through an unexpected life change, and you have zero experience handling your own finances. If you’ve ever faced anything like this, you’re not alone. 



PODCAST: money your way
5/30/22

Financial Independence After Transition With Rachael

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PODCAST: Living The spinster life
4/19/22

Money Moves for Single Women with Rachael Burns

Financial planner Rachael Burns explains how your relationship with money doesn't need to be complicated or riddled with guilt.


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A life and financial transition such as a marriage, divorce, illness or death of a spouse can have a huge impact on our financial planning as women. Learn what you need to do to be prepared financially for life's changes and how you can create a plan that can grow with you. 


PODCAST: fempower you
4/6/22

Advice For Women Going Through a Financial Transition 

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PODCAST: money talk
5/3/22

How to Deal With Major Life Transitions

We discuss how couples can work together to plan for their financial future, and how they can prepare for worst case scenario.

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Have you felt lost when it comes to your finances? Maybe you’ve gone through an unexpected life change, and you have zero experience handling your own finances. If you’ve ever faced anything like this, you’re not alone. 



Empower Yourself Financially When You're Suddenly Single w/ Rachael Burns

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PODCAST: best d life podcast
3/23/22

Planning Ahead for Financial Freedom with Rachael Burns

In this episode, Rachael will discuss why we need professional help when tackling financial planning, the importance of divorce planning and common mistakes those going through a divorce make, and why estate planning is for everyone, not only wealthy people. 

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When you find yourself suddenly single, it can be a difficult time for you and your kids. Rachael Burns reminds us to keep a level head when it comes to our finances.




PODCAST: SoloMoms! talk podcast
3/15/21

Empower Yourself Financially When You're Suddenly Single w/ Rachael Burns

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PODCAST: peaceful coparent
02/28/22

How to Gain Financial Independence After Divorce

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Don't wait until after your divorce is finalized to start thinking about your financial future. In this episode, I share my top financial tips for women in the midst of a divorce, as well as the top mistakes to avoid.

Why You Should Plan For Your Financial Future When Getting Divorced

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PODCAST: The John Papaloni Show
01/20/22

Interview with Rachael Burns on Financial Planning 

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Being newly single - or contemplating divorce - can be a scary place financially. Whether you are single again by choice or by surprise or you're contemplating a move, Rachael's wisdom is a must!

Single Women - Take Charge of Your Finances With Rachael Burns

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Rachael Burns on All Things Financial Planning 

In this episode, Rachael will discuss why we need professional help when tackling financial planning, the importance of divorce planning and common mistakes those going through a divorce make, and why estate planning is for everyone, not only wealthy people. 

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Achieve financial independence after a life trauma transition with elite guest, Rachael Burns, CFP & CDFA, on the Going Solo with Cece Show with Host, Cece Shatz, doyenne of Relationships.

PODCAST: WGSN GOING SOLO NETWORK
09/23/21

Achieve Financial Independence After a Life Trauma Transition 

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PODCAST: MONEYPANTS
11/04/20

The Secret to Teaching Your Kids About Money 

Parents usually give their kids money because they want them to learn how to manage money on their own. Today we are going to talk about why Moneypants is the best tool to prepare your children to handle money responsibly in the real world. 

ARTICLE MENTIONS

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Life insurance can be a good investment, as it provides financial protection for your loved ones after you die. However, it is essential to shop around and find the best life insurance rates before purchasing a policy.


SOURCE: moneygeek.com
9/14/22

Financial Planning for Divorce

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Many people promise their partners to love and to cherish one another for richer or for poorer. Yet many skip the financial part of the vows and avoid talking about money, leading to trouble in the relationship.

SOURCE: moneygeek.com
9/14/22

Financial Playbook for Married Couples

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Life insurance can be a good investment, as it provides financial protection for your loved ones after you die. However, it is essential to shop around and find the best life insurance rates before purchasing a policy.


SOURCE: moneygeek.com
9/8/22

Finding Affordable Life Insurance

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The steps you take in your 20s can set you on a path toward financial security for the rest of your life. In this article, I share my top tips for achieving financial security by age 30.

SOURCE: gobankingrates.com
8/31/22

4 Expert Tips for Achieving Financial Security by 30

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If you’re expecting twins, triplets, or even higher multiple births, you may be wondering how you’ll be able to afford it all. Knowing how to financially prepare can make welcoming multiple babies less stressful.

SOURCE: investopedia
8/17/22

Preparing for Multiple Births

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With grocery prices rising due to inflation, it's getting harder and harder to make a trip to the supermarket without getting frustrated. In this article, I contribute some tips to stretch your dollar at the grocery store.

SOURCE: scarymommy.com
7/25/22

12+ Ways to Save Money on Groceries

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Many Americans are taking early retirement into their own hands by joining the FIRE movement, but it’s not for everyone. In this article, I share some tips on achieving FIRE as well as some limitations of the movement.

SOURCE: nerdwallet
6/24/22

FIRE Movement- Financially Independent, Retire Early

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When you’re just starting out, it can be hard enough to pay your regular bills, especially if you’re juggling rising rent and student loan payments on a starting salary. But you can actually start saving toward bigger goals, too, such as traveling, buying a house and retirement

SOURCE: gobankingrates.com
6/28/22

Gen Z: You Can Save For Travel, a House and Retirement - Here’s How

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Disability insurance protects your paycheck in the event that you are unable to work due to illness or injury. But if you’re a generally healthy person, you may feel like you don’t need it. In this article, I share my reasons why I believe all women should have disability insurance.

SOURCE: gobankingrates
6/21/22

Here’s Why All Women Should Consider Getting Disability Insurance

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As you deep clean your home, there’s another area that likely needs sprucing up: your personal finances. In this article, I give some tips to streamline and optimize your finances.

SOURCE: via.com
4/7/22

10 Ways to Spring Clean Your Finances

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Raising kids is expensive — but is it twice as expensive with twins and three times as expensive with triplets? In this article, I talk about how budgeting for multiples differs from budgeting for a single child, the extra expenses parents of multiples should be prepared for and smart ways to save on these costs.


SOURCE: gobankingrates
4/7/22

How to Budget as a Parent of Multiples

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Losing a partner is a devastating experience. When you’re caught up in emotional turmoil, the last thing you’re likely thinking about is the financial moves you now need to make. But from a financial planning perspective, there are certain actions you should take ASAP.

SOURCE: aol.com
3/29/22

5 Things You Need To Do Immediately After the Loss of a Partner

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Going through a divorce can be a major transition both personally and financially. Although the act of getting a divorce doesn’t directly affect your credit score, it can change your financial obligations and in turn, can affect your credit. 



SOURCE: gobankingrates
3/25/22

How to Prevent Your Divorce From Ruining Your Credit

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Following the loss of a partner, your finances are likely a low priority, so it's easy to make some money missteps during this time. In this "Financially Savvy Female" column, we chat about the common mistakes women make after losing a partner, and what they should do instead.

SOURCE: GO BANKING RATES

16 Budgeting Tips Every Single Woman Needs to Know

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How Rachael Burns found work-life balance by building an independent practice—and why it was easier than she imagined


SOURCE: vantage impact
3/16/22

Women Advisors
Making An Impact

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While everyone should have retirement savings and build a nest egg, women in particular need to have more. However, women typically have less saved for retirement and face unique financial challenges affecting their ability to save and invest for the future.



SOURCE: business insider
3/11/22

5 Reasons Women Face Roadblocks to Retirement and Need to Save More

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Current estimates state that a family with twins should plan to shell out nearly $26,000 per year—but that's not entirely accurate. Still, it's a great motivator to set—and maintain—a family budget.


SOURCE: parents.com
2/16/22

How Much Should You Budget for Twins?

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Following the loss of a partner, your finances are likely a low priority, so it's easy to make some money missteps during this time. In this "Financially Savvy Female" column, we chat about the common mistakes women make after losing a partner, and what they should do instead.

SOURCE: GO BANKING RATES

Avoid These 4 Financial Mistakes Following the Loss of a Partner

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For some women, getting divorced may mean starting from scratch financially. But no matter where you are starting from, it’s possible to gain your financial independence. In today’s “Financially Savvy Female” column, we chat about the actionable steps women can take to achieve financial independence following a divorce.


SOURCE: GO BANKING RATES

How To Achieve Financial Independence After a Divorce

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Planning for retirement is an inevitability we all have to face sooner than later. Read on and follow these timely tips, from top financial leaders, to prepare for the stress-free senior lifestyle of your dreams.

SOURCE: SHE'S A FULL ON MONET

How to Retire Comfortably in 8 Simple Steps

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Going through a divorce can be a major transition both personally and financially. Although the act of getting a divorce doesn’t directly affect your credit score, it can change your financial obligations and in turn, can affect your credit.

SOURCE: GO BANKING RATES

How to Prevent Your Divorce From Ruining Your Credit

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A new baby is exciting, delightful, tiring, and challenging all at the same time. A new baby also marks a major financial transition, especially if it’s your first. A family presents new challenges in both the short and the long term. These financial tips for new parents should give you a head start.

SOURCE: FINMASTERS

Financial Tips for
New Parents

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Hearing you or a loved one has a life changing medical condition is world-changing, including your financial picture. Here’s how to prepare your finances for a life-altering medical diagnosis. 

SOURCE: POLICY GENIUS

Financially Preparing for a Life Altering Medical Diagnosis

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Dealing with the loss of a loved one can be difficult. And, in many cases, having to deal with their financial affairs can make it even harder. It's for that reason that many financial experts and lawyers recommend people get their finances in order before it's too late.


SOURCE: CNN BUSINESS

How to Handle Finances
After the Death of a Loved One

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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.

SOURCE: REAL SIMPLE

5 Ways to Handle Your Karmic Financial Debts