Alan Feigenbaum

Alan Feigenbaum

Alan Marc Feigenbaum, CFP®, is a fee-only financial advisor serving non-wealthy clients nationwide via MyFinancialAdvice.com. He's authored "A Complete Guide to Protecting Your Financial Security When Getting a Divorce" (2004), "A Parent's Guide to Money: Raising Financially Savvy Children" (2002) and "Alpha Teach Yourself Retirement Planning in 24 Hours" (2001). Alan has also contributed frequently to Bloomberg Wealth Manager, CBS MarketWatch, WORTH Interactive, Raleigh News and Observer, and Chapel Hill News - and has been published in the New York Times, Boston Globe, LA Times Syndicate and the Journal of Financial Planning.

  1. Relationship Money Matters
    Retirement

    Relationship Money Matters

    Whether married, single or somewhere in between, you'll face unique financial challenges.
  2. Women And Finances: Is There A Gender Bias?
    Entrepreneurship

    Women And Finances: Is There A Gender Bias?

    Uncover some very complex reasons for female gender biases in the finance world.
  3. Wheels Of A Future Fortune
    Home & Auto

    Wheels Of A Future Fortune

    Buy a quality car without driving your expenses through the roof.
  4. Keep Working Or Stay At Home With The Kids?
    Retirement

    Keep Working Or Stay At Home With The Kids?

    Choosing to stay at home with the kids is a choice that has both positive and negative financial consequences.
  5. Find Secure And Affordable Post-Work Health Insurance
    Insurance

    Find Secure And Affordable Post-Work Health Insurance

    Learn how you can avoid financial catastrophe - without Medicare.
  6. 12 Ways To Shop Smarter
    Personal Finance

    12 Ways To Shop Smarter

    The early bird may catch the worm, but in shopping, the worm will come to those who wait.
  7. It Is Better To Give AND Receive
    Budgeting

    It Is Better To Give AND Receive

    You give to benefit others, but there can be perks for you too.
  8. Pay For A College Education With Retirement Funds
    Budgeting

    Pay For A College Education With Retirement Funds

    These savings vehicles may be better than college saving funds for some families.