Stephanie Powers

Stephanie Powers

Stephanie Powers has worked in the financial services industry since 1995. She uses her experience as a financial advisor to write investment and personal finance articles that educate readers and help them make informed decisions. Her credentials include FINRA securities licenses, an MBA, and experience consulting with individuals and businesses for Edward Jones Investments and Merrill Lynch. Previous experience includes working as a business consultant for American General Insurance and IBM.

In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys traveling, playing golf, and genealogy research.

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  1. 8 Easy Ways To Slash Your Holiday Budget
    Budgeting

    8 Easy Ways To Slash Your Holiday Budget

    It's possible to enjoy a happy holiday without flushing your finances down the drain. Find out how.
  2. 6 Millionaire Traits That You Can Adopt
    Entrepreneurship

    6 Millionaire Traits That You Can Adopt

    Millionaires think differently. Not just about money, about everything.
  3. Indexed Universal Life: Cash, Flexibility And Safety
    Insurance

    Indexed Universal Life: Cash, Flexibility And Safety

    IULs boast the security of fixed universal life policies and the interest-earning potential of variable policies.
  4. 11 Things You May Not Know About Your IRA
    Taxes

    11 Things You May Not Know About Your IRA

    These little-known features will help you get the most out of your retirement savings.
  5. 7 Lessons To Learn From A Market Downturn
    Bonds & Fixed Income

    7 Lessons To Learn From A Market Downturn

    Don't learn these lessons the hard way. Read on to make sure you can weather an unstable market.
  6. 7 Popular Diet Plans And What They Cost
    Personal Finance

    7 Popular Diet Plans And What They Cost

    Find out the price of the most popular diet plans per month and how this compares to average American food costs
  7. What Should You Do With Your Christmas Bonus?
    Credit & Loans

    What Should You Do With Your Christmas Bonus?

    The economy is picking up and companies are paying bonuses again. Should you spend it or save it?
  8. Holiday Wines That Won't Break The Bank
    Personal Finance

    Holiday Wines That Won't Break The Bank

    These high-quality, low-price wines will fit any discount shopper's budget this holiday season.
  9. Mobile Money: Using Your Cell Phone To Transfer Funds
    Savings

    Mobile Money: Using Your Cell Phone To Transfer Funds

    Are you up to date on how easy it is to move your money around with your cell phone?
  10. Banking Without The Banks: Will You Save?
    Credit & Loans

    Banking Without The Banks: Will You Save?

    Nonbank credit cards and debit cards have plenty of advantages for consumers. Here's what you need to know.
  11. 8 College Financing Flubs
    Personal Finance

    8 College Financing Flubs

    These are the most common mistakes made by students and parents, as it relates to funding for higher education.
  12. Green Energy: Why We're Still Not Using It
    Savings

    Green Energy: Why We're Still Not Using It

    The reason we are still dependent on fossil fuels for energy is about as old as the fossils themselves. Read on to find out why.
  13. The Wall Street Reform Act: What You Need To Know
    Credit & Loans

    The Wall Street Reform Act: What You Need To Know

    What is in the Act, how will it impact most Americans, and what should investors do?
  14. How Much Does It Pay To Be A Hero?
    Professionals

    How Much Does It Pay To Be A Hero?

    We look at those who fight crime and save lives, and see how much they get paid for it.
  15. Dying Careers And How To Survive Them
    Professionals

    Dying Careers And How To Survive Them

    These career choices may leave you standing in the unemployment line. Move from laid-off to in-demand by choosing the right career.
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