Alden Wicker

About


Alden Wicker is the founder and editor in chief of EcoCult.com, a blog devoted to all things sustainable in New York City. Her work has appeared on Huffington Post, Refinery29, EcoSalon, Greatist, Narrative.ly, xo Jane, Forbes and Elephant Journal. Follow Alden Wicker on Twitter and Google+

Posts by Alden Wicker

The Jackpot Problem: A Wise Guide to Windfalls

Got a bonus? An inheritance? A settlement? To figure out your next move, follow this step-by-step windfall guide from real CFP®s. More

Financial Procrastination: 4 Ways We Get in Our Own Way

We all know what we should do with our money. So we asked an expert to decode why we put things off. Prepare to be surprised! More

9 Ways to Prep for Your First Date With a Financial Planner

First time working with a CFP®? Don’t worry—these simple to-dos can prime you for a productive sit-down with your planner. More

11 End-of-Year Tax Questions to Ask Yourself Now

Do you need an accountant? Should you sell your investments? We’ll clue you in on the moves that could lower this year’s bill. More

40 Financial Things You Should Know by 40

From the three basics of a solid financial foundation to the ins and outs of interest, are you on track for financial success? More

Are You Ready to ‘Tap’ Your Way Out of Debt?

Could solving your money problems be as easy as tapping your forehead? We ask an expert to explain this new craze. More

Saver vs. Spender: I Shadowed a Supersaver for a Week

One woman in need of a budget overhaul spends seven days with the most frugal person she knows. This is what she learned. More

5 Surprising Reasons You Might Want Life Insurance

Life insurance isn’t just for parents. Find out why even if you’re single, or sure you don’t need it, you may want to think again. More

How to Talk to Kids About the Cost of College: 7 Steps

How do you talk to your kid about the colleges you can afford? We talked to a financial expert to get the scoop. More

Checklist: I Lost My Job

Have you had a career hiccup? First of all, don’t panic. Then, follow these steps to get back on track. More