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Wealthramp Founder Pam Krueger Honored by NAPFA as a 2021 Special Achievement Award Winner for Educating the Public on the Value of Fee-Only Financial Planning

Pam Krueger, Founder & CEO of Wealthramp, the only fiduciary advisor referral service that lets people control when and how they talk to their matched advisors, has been recognized by The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) as a winner of the 2021 Special Achievement Award for her advocacy for fee-only financial planning.

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How To Avoid The Scams Popping Up Everywhere

Friends Talk Money co-host Richard Eisenberg pens a column on the latest episode about how to avoid getting scammed. During the podcast, he and co-hosts Terry Savage and CEO Pam Krueger investigate why scams are growing and outline practical steps to prevent it from happening, as well as immediate actions to take if you or a loved one has been scammed. 

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Mind Over Money: How To Do It Right

Richard Eisenberg’s column in PBS Next Avenue is picked-up in Forbes, detailing the latest episode of the Friends Talk Money podcast, where he and co-hosts Terry Savage and CEO Pam Krueger describe how to avoid making bad investing decisions.

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MoneyTalksNews
How Much Should You Pay for Investment Advice?

Our CEO Pam Krueger joins co-hosts Stacy Johnson and Miranda Marquit on the Money Talks News podcast Money! to discuss how to figure out what you need financial advice and how much to pay for it.

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How and Why to Prepare for the Unexpected in Life

In this episode, Maggie talks with Robin Young, the President of Northstar Financial Planning and a fee-only fiduciary planner on Wealthramp, about Robin’s work helping women navigate life’s transitions, particularly sudden and unexpected life changes like a partner or family member dying, getting a divorce, or losing your earned income.

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PBS Next avenue
How You Can Roar Into the Second Half of Life

Friends Talk Money co-host Richard Eisenberg pens a column for Next Avenue on the recent podcast episode with 'Roar' author Michael Clinton, who's living life on his terms.

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hermoney
No 401(K)? No Worries, You Can Still Retire On Time

Description: In her latest column for HerMoney, CEO Pam Krueger explains how to ensure a secure retirement even if your employer doesn't offer a 401K. In the piece she outlines when and how to use a SEP or solo 401K, IRA, and HSA.

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Why You Might Need A Registered Life Planner

In this episode, Maggie chats with Dana Mascalo,TrinityPoint Wealth's Managing Partner and a fee-only advisor on Wealthramp, about how Dana uses her training as a registered life planner to help her clients tune into their big vision and goals when planning for their financial future.

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Marketwatch
Saving, Borrowing, Investing and Taxes in a Stormy Economy

Richard Eisenberg’s column in PBS Next Avenue is picked-up in MarketWatch, detailing the latest episode of the Friends Talk Money podcast, where he and co-hosts Terry Savage and CEO Pam Krueger offer money advice for an uncertain economy.

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Is Paying an Assets Under Management Fee for Advice Worth it?

In her latest column for HerMoney, CEO Pam Krueger explains whether paying an assets under management fee for advice is worth it and how to know it's the right time to hire an advisor on an ongoing basis to manage your investments. 

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