Pauline Millard

About


Pauline Millard spent the first seven years of her career as a writer and online editor at The Associated Press. She then went on to be the Online Editor at Editor & Publisher magazine. Her work has appeared on The Huffington Post, Dot Complicated and SheFinds. Pauline has a masters degree in journalism from Columbia University and has taught journalism and non-fiction writing at Manhattanville College and at The Gotham Writers' Workshop. She currently lives in Manhattan and listens to far too much jazz. See her complete work here. Follow her on Twitter, Instagram and Google+.

Posts by Pauline Millard

What’s Happening in Real Estate in 2014

Major changes in mortgages, the cities that are red hot … what will real estate bring in 2014? More

House Hunting? Why Winter Is a Great Time to Buy Real Estate

Do you know about “the lull”? An expert explains why, when looking to buy a home, the holidays are no time for a long winter nap. More

How to Save for Retirement … When You Have Student Loans

How are you supposed to save for retirement when student loans are taking over your budget? We asked a CFP for help. More

8 Signs You Might Not Want to Take the Job

Got cold feet post-interview? It might just be nerves … or it might be the wrong job for you. Here’s how to tell. More

Can’t Get a Mortgage? Debt-to-Income Ratio, Explained

If the bank told you no for a home loan, this ratio could be to blame. Find out what it is—and five ways to work around it. More

10 Things Your Real Estate Broker Won’t Tell You

Want to save money and find a broker who will truly help you find the home of your dreams? Read this before you house-hunt. More

9 Ways to Save Money as a Bridesmaid

Being in the wedding party is an honor, but it can have a hefty price tag. Here’s how to be a credit to your friend and save. More

4 Inappropriate Interview Questions—and How to Answer Them

“So, do you want kids?” When interview questions get a little too personal, here’s how to deflect them—and still be professional. More