Best Financial Practices for Busy Doctors
With years of education under their belt and busy schedules, it’s easy for doctors to overlook their financial health. In this article for www.medicaleconomics.com, Lis Zimmerman (Principal and Director of Financial Planning) discusses the best financial practices for doctors.
Why The Next Recession May Feel Very Different Than 2008
Why The Next Recession May Feel Very Different Than 2008 Fortune The next recession the United States experiences may feel very different than the 2008 recession. COO of O’Brien Wealth Partners, Cindy Kuppens, speaks out about timing for the next recession and why we can’t predict it. Read more in this article by Erik Sherman
When Life Changes, Your Finances Often Change, Too
No matter what life change you’re going through – marriage, pregnancy, divorce, widowhood, or remarriage – your finances often change as your life changes. In this article for Thrive Global, Jill Fopiano (President and CEO of O’Brien Wealth Partners) shares how you can take care of your finances and what steps you can take.
What is Financial Literacy? And Why Should You Care?
Many Americans are illiterate when it comes to their finances and it’s time to change this. Jill Fopiano, CEO of O’Brien Wealth Partners explains why you should care about financial literacy in this article by Susan Shain for Chime Bank.
Wall Street Would Rather You Didn’t Bring Your Pets to Work
Wall Street Would Rather You Didn’t Bring Your Pets to Work New York Post As pets in the office become increasingly popular among millennial companies, Jill Fopiano, CEO of O’Brien Wealth Partners shares why you might want to leave Fido at home. Read the full article by John Aidan Byrne.
Meet The Female Leaders of Finance “Know Your Value” with Jill Fopiano and Tyler Gallagher
Meet the female leaders of finance and learn more about Jill Fopiano, President & CEO of O’Brien Wealth Partners. Read more in this article by Tyler Gallagher.
Fed Can’t Agree on How to Keep Economy Humming
The economy is in great shape with a strong job market but the Federal Reserve can’t agree on a way to keep it that way. Read what Cindy Kuppens, a senior adviser at O’Brien Wealth Partners, has to say about it in this article by Larry Edelman.