Got a dream? Let MONEY magazine help you make it come true.
For an upcoming story in MONEY, we're assembling a team of top-notch financial advisers to help people devise a plan to reach a particular but unusual cherished goal or dream. Some examples might be launching your own business, taking a major and expensive vacation (such as a six-month trip around the world!), or finding funding for an unusual hobby.
Would you like to participate in the story? Tell us about your dream, including a short description of the financial challenges that stand in your way. Email this information, along with a photo of you and your family, to Donna Rosato at email@example.com. If you're selected for the article, you'll get free, personalized advice about how to achieve your dream from a team of financial planners and other pros chosen by MONEY. Participants must be willing to disclose pertinent information about their finances in the magazine, and be comfortable being photographed for publication.
Who profits more from your 401(k) — you or Wall Street?
That's the question posed by the the PBS Frontline documentary The Retirement Gamble, which premiered Tuesday night at 10 pm (and is viewable below). Calling retirement "the other financial crisis" — just 14% of Americans are very confident they'll be able to live comfortably once they stop working, and 17% believe they'll never retire at all — the documentary explores the threats MOREApr 23, 2013 6:31 PM ET
Did you ever want to be a personal-finance advice columnist? Well, here's your chance.
In MONEY magazine's "Readers to the Rescue" department, we publish questions from readers seeking help with sticky financial situations, along with advice from other readers on how to solve those problems. Here's our latest reader question:
My father-in-law contributed $100,000 to the down payment on our first house. Now, however, he brings up the gift in any MOREMar 23, 2013 5:19 PM ET
Do you have a money challenge you need help solving or a financial goal you need help reaching? MONEY magazine may be able to help.
For the magazine's regular "Financial Fix" feature, we're looking for families who would like a free consultation with a financial planner to address their money-related problems and concerns. Participating families must be comfortable with sharing details of their financial life in the magazine, and they will MOREMar 22, 2013 2:39 PM ET
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