Linda Vergon

Linda Vergon

Staff Writer

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Do you practice retiring?
This article is by editor Linda Vergon.

I know quite a few people who are approaching retirement right now. And from talking to them, one thing is clear to me: There’s a lot of apprehension about making this transition. The pressure to make the right decisions doesn’t stop just because you’re nearing retirement. In fact, from what I can tell, it seems to intensify. There are still a lot of important decisions to make:…

Revisiting the credit union vs. bank debate: Which is better?
This article is by editor Linda Vergon.

Judging from the comments in Kristin Wong’s article “Credit unions vs. banks: Things to consider“ back in January 2014, there was a lot of interest – and a fair amount of skepticism – in what credit unions have to offer. The sentiments went in a lot of different directions. People were quick to point out that interest rates on deposits at credit unions were usually much higher…

The best (and worst) money advice Dad ever gave you

This article is by Les Masterson. Fathers are great at offering advice – in matters of life, love, and, of course, money.  And while we’ve all resorted to clichés at times, the wisdom fathers impart often stays with their children, who in turn pass that guidance on to the next generation. So in honor of Father’s Day, we wanted to ask readers: What did your father teach you about money? What was his best –…