Anne Mollegen Smith

Anne Mollegen Smith

Editor, writer and web producer Anne Mollegen Smith is a former editor-in-chief of Redbook, Working Woman, McCall's, and the Art of Simple Living. She blogs at brooklyn-artisan.net.

  1. Personal Finance

    Yes, You Can! Tips To Get A New Job In Your 50s

    Competence in your work and loyalty to your tasks are only part of what you need to become highly employable. Cultivate these seven strengths, too.
  2. Entrepreneurship

    Starting Your Own Business In NYC? Why & How

    Constant creative cross-pollination is just one reason new businesses blossom in New York City. Get inspired by these successes and get help for your own.
  3. Personal Finance

    First Resume? Tips For High School Students

    Here's how to shape your school projects, babysitting and any other jobs you've had into a resume that will get you hired.
  4. Entrepreneurship

    Past 40? Advice On Starting A Business

    Pluses and maybes to consider before you leap – or before you dig yourself deeper into the hole where you’ve landed.
  5. Taxes

    Top Fund-Raising Strategies For Nonprofits

    Top fund-raising strategies for nonprofit organizations
  6. Personal Finance

    Don't Sign That Non-Compete Without Reading This

    Non-compete contracts aren't just for high-level execs these days. How to protect yourself if your employer – or prospective employer – insists you sign one.
  7. Savings

    529 Risks to Take (Or Not)

    Six risks to take into consideration when you're managing the 529 plan that lets you put away tax-advantaged money to help your kids pay for college.
  8. Personal Finance

    5 Good Reasons To Build A Career In Nonprofits

    There's never been a better time to work in non-profits. The move makes sense at life stages from just starting out to looking for an encore career.
  9. Term

    Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)

    A legal and regulatory term for a secondary house or apartment with its own kitchen, living area and separate entrance that shares the building lot of a larger, primary house.
  10. Retirement

    New Retirement Living Option - And Income Source

    Here's a new option for retirement planning that could help three generations of a family – and be the glue that binds them together.
  11. Budgeting

    Five Little Money Leaks That You Can Plug Right Now

    If you sometimes feel that money trickles through your fingers, you could be right. Here's how to take control and keep yourself from getting underwater.
  12. Personal Finance

    Seniors: Before You Co-sign That Student Loan

    If that loan isn't paid back, you could be on the line for the whole amount, plus penalties. Ask the 115,000 retirees whose Social Security checks have already been garnished.
  13. Savings

    Crass (But Effective) Ways to Build a College Fund

    Learn from non-profit fundraisers: Encourage friends and family to give your kid college cash, not toys – and say thank you, thank you, thank you
  14. Budgeting

    5 Little Money White Lies That Can Leave You in the Red

    The lies you tell yourself can cost you plenty. Beware.
  15. Savings

    Outside-the-Box Financial Strategies to Pay for College

    Four unexpected ways to build your kids' college fund