Kimberly Rotter

Kimberly Rotter

Kimberly Rotter is a personal finance writer and small business owner, usually located in San Diego, CA. She holds an MBA (Management) from San Diego State University's School of Business. Kimberly has successfully founded and operated three small businesses, including her current venture, a content creation and strategy service. She is a bankruptcy survivor and now, with her husband, owns two homes and a few investment accounts. Kimberly believes in managing money conservatively and avoiding debt wherever possible. She is also a mother, and enjoys researching and writing about topics that affect parents and families. Connect with Kimberly on LinkedIn, Google+ and Twitter.

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  1. Financial Analysis

    Financial Power Of Attorney

    A financial power of attorney grants a trusted agent the authority to act on behalf of the principal in financial matters. ...
  2. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    8 Cheaper Ways to Raise Cash Than Car Title Loans

    Before you sign up for a car title loan, investigate these eight alternate cash-raising strategies rather than using the ...
  3. High Net Worth Strategy

    A quick guide to buying a home for your child

    Learn about the common pitfalls around buying a home for your child. It's a generous gift, but there are somethings you should ...
  4. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    8 Alternatives To A Credit Card Cash Advance

    Sometimes you can find a better deal than a cash advance – but some alternatives are even more pricey. Learn where to find ...
  5. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    Credit Card or Cash: Which To Use?

    Credit cards are more convenient to use than cash, but they're not always the best choice. Here is why you should and shouldn't ...
  6. Retirement Savings

    Power of attorney: When you need one

    Having a power of attorney ensures that you select who will act for you when you are unable to handle your affairs. Without ...
  7. Retirement Savings

    I Maxed Out My 401(k)! Now What?

    Fear not: There are smart ways to ensure that your retirement nest egg keeps growing.
  8. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    Find the Best Credit Cards for Teens

    In today's credit-oriented world, kids should learn to use credit before they go to college. Here are some good cards to ...
  9. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    Are Car Title Loans Ever a Good Idea?

    Most people knowledgeable about finance consider title loans predatory. What would constitute a good-quality short-term loan? ...
  10. High Net Worth Strategy

    Why HSAs Appeal More to High-Income Earners

    Health Savings Accounts are a good deal. But they're a better deal for some than for others. We parse how the plans work ...
  11. Health Insurance

    How Health Insurance Helps Manage Financial Risk

    Health insurance open enrollment starts Nov. 1. Choosing the right ACA plan (or plan at work) takes figuring out how often ...
  12. Retirement Savings

    I Maxed Out My IRA! Now What?

    You've contributed your annual maximum to your IRA. Well done! But you need to save much more than that if you're going to ...
  13. High Net Worth Strategy

    A Quick Guide on How to Insure Jewelry

    What you need to know to keep those baubles, bangles and beads safe.
  14. Retirement Living

    How to Find the Right Retirement Community

    You're going to be spending a lot of time there, so invest time and thought into which retirement community you pick – before ...
  15. Life Insurance

    Pros & Cons of Indexed Universal Life Insurance

    What you need to know, to see if these vehicles fit into your financial plan.
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