Jill's Author Profile and Articles

JillJill grew up in Texas, graduated from college in 2007 and is currently working in the DC metro area. Jill recently completed a 9-month certificate program in financial planning and will take the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) exam in November. After that she hopes to become a full-time financial planner. You can also find her as a staff writer at My Dollar Plan.

Articles by Jill

Year-End Financial Planning Checkup

Year-End Financial Planning Checkup

At least once a year, if not more, you visit the dentist and doctor to make sure everything is working properly — why not give your finances the same opportunity? As we approach the busy holiday […]

BB&T Customer Service Nightmare and How to Avoid Overdraft Fees

BB&T Customer Service Nightmare and How to Avoid Overdraft Fees

I had a really bad banking experience last week – actually, it took place over 7 days and is still not quite over. I was going to blog about it and rat out the bank, but then […]

The Basics of Long-Term Disability Insurance

The Basics of Long-Term Disability Insurance

According to one source, you can be up to four times more likely to become disabled during your working years than you are to die. Yet we hear about life insurance, its benefits, and the different […]

How to Have a No-Spend Weekend

Sometimes you just need to stop spending money for a few days. Maybe you are already over budget, or close to it, and the month isn’t over. Maybe you have savings goals with attached deadlines, and […]

It is Not Too Late for Resolutions

It is Not Too Late for Resolutions

On January 18th of this year, I finally decided I was ready to make some New Year’s resolutions. I’ve never really done the resolution thing in the past, and so I wasn’t compelled to do it […]

What to Do With a Financial Windfall?

What to Do With a Financial Windfall?

We’ve all heard the stories of lotto winners who win millions, think they’re set for life, and then go broke within a decade. Or people who inherit large sums of money and end up in financial […]

25 Cheap Halloween Costumes

25 Cheap Halloween Costumes

With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking of ways to fashion a costume that is creative without being expensive. I’ve created a list of 25 Halloween costumes that can be made with […]

4 Estate Planning Documents You Need Today

4 Estate Planning Documents You Need Today

It’s not a very happy thought, but have you ever considered what you want to happen to your assets after death? What about the guardianship of your children in case both parents die together? If something […]

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