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  • Starting Over When a Nest Egg Is Gone
    Losing a retirement portfolio is devastating—but recovery is possible, with the right financial advice. Deb Neiman is featured in this piece from ThinkAdvisor.
  • Journal of Financial Planning Cover Story
    Debra Neiman, CFP(R) was featured in the cover story of the February 2012 issue of the Journal of Financial Planning.  The story focuses on Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples.
  • Commingled Finances
    Debra Neiman was featured in this September 2011 story about the unique financial challenges that married same-sex couples face.
  • Gay marriage brings thorny tax, finance questions
    With the legalization of gay marriage in New York, same-sex couples have to plan ahead in order to understand the financial nuances of pending nuptuals.  This Market Watch article, written by Andrea Coombes, features Deb Neiman.
  • Get Rich Slowly Blog
    The Get Rich Slowly Blog features Debra Neiman in an article about personal finances for unmarried couples.  Author Sierra Black interviews Neiman about the challenges unmarried couples face in order to establish their financial households and protect each partner in the event of dissolution or death.  The article, which published on April 7, 2011, generated a lot of reader comments.
  • The (Un) Marriage Penalty
    Deb Neiman is featured in this Wall Street Journal story about the complexities of financial planning for unmarried couples.  The story ran on December 13, 2010.
  • How to Live a Cash Only Lifestyle
    In this Fox TV News video segment, Deb Neiman discusses a new trend of consumers ditching credit cards and opting to pay cash instead.  This gives new meaning to the question "Paper or Plastic?"  The segment aired May 19, 2010.
  • Fox TV News - Cash-Only Lifestyle
    Deb Neiman was featured on Fox TV News Boston for a story about people who are refusing to use credit cards and opting for a cash-only lifestyle. This gives new meaning to the question, "Paper or plastic"? The segment aired on May 19, 2010.
  • Decreasing America's Debt
    In this Fox TV New video segment, Debra Neiman discusses how American's can start to pay down consumer debt.
  • Home Purchases Can be Risky for Unmarried Couples
    Debra Neiman, CFP talks to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette about the unique concerns that unmarried couples face when purchasing a home. This article appeared in the March 2, 2010 edition of the newspaper.
  • Six Money Tips When Leaving Your Job
    This Fidelity.com article focuses on planning strategies that employees can use when they are faced with the potential of losing their job. Debra Neiman is featured in this article and offers advice on COBRA and other options for health insurance.
  • Fox TV News - The $5 Savings Plan
    Fox TV News Boston interviewed Deb Neiman for a story on the $5 Savings Plan. The story, which aired on November 10, 2009, focuses on how consumers could save more than they expected by simply stashing away $5 bills.
  • My Retirement Savings Are Gone
    Laura Cohn, Associates Editor of Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, interviewed Debra Neiman regarding how individuals should strategize around a depreciation in retirement assets.
  • Rebuild Your Nest Egg
    In the May 2009 edition of Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, Deb Neiman discusses how individuals should not give up on saving for retirement, despite the recent market direction.
  • Tax Time Tough for Same-Sex Couples
    Deb Neiman discusses income tax preparation and compliance for same-sex couples with Ruth Schneider, a journalist with the Olympian newspaper in Washington state.
  • Reverse Mortgage Q&A
    The Christian Science Monitor asked financial expert, Debra Neiman, to answer a reader's question regarding reverse mortgages.
  • Fox TV News Special Report
    On Friday, April 25, 2008, Debra Neiman was featured on a Fox TV News special report on online budgeting. Deb presented her expert opinion on online budgeting websites as an alternative to PC-based software, such as Quicken or Microsoft Money.
  • A Tax Primer for the Self-Employed
    Avoid overlooking your tax obligations before it's too late with this guide that gets down to the nitty-gritty aspects of tax planning. Deb Neiman's article was picked up by MSNBC.
  • Debra Neiman Named Woman to Watch by JWI
    Jewish Women International (JWI) has selected Debra A. Neiman, CFP, as a 2007 Women to Watch honoree for her work in the financial field. Neiman is one of 10 women from across the United States who is profiled in the fall issue of Jewish Woman magazine and will be honored December 3, 2007 at the tenth annual Women to Watch gala luncheon, awards ceremony and Up Close & Personal honorees’ discussion. The event will take place at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C.
  • Starter Marriages
    WBZ news radio host Dee Lee recommended Money Without Matrimony on her Starter Marriages show on May 24, 2007. Click here to listen or to read the transcript.
  • GQ Magazine April 2007
    The April edition of GQ Magazine features an article on whether or not to merge finances when cohabitating or getting married. Unfortunately, Debra Neiman's contributions were reworded and the publisher provided no attribution.
  • New Rules for Non-spousal Beneficiary Rollovers
    MSNBC features Debra Neiman's Entrepreneur.com column on the "new and unimproved" rules for non-spousal beneficiaries of retirement plans. Neiman is the personal finance columnist for Entrepreneur.com, the website of Entrepreneur magazine.
  • Is Suze Orman Out of Touch?
    This story about the outing of Suze Orman's portfolio, which originally appeared on DowJones MarketWatch,is being featured on MSN Money Central.
  • Five New Ways to Stretch Your Money
    This Boston Globe Sunday Magazine article features Debra Neiman's thoughts on an innovative way to transfer assets by using private reverse mortgages, a tool that is relatively new to the marketplace.
  • Singular tax status
    DowJones MarketWatch article features Debra Neiman discussing the complexities of income tax preparation for same-sex couples.
  • National Public Radio
    Debra Neiman was interviewed about the Dow Jones Industrial Average surpassing its all-time highs. The clip was featured on the Marketplace show, hosted by Steve Insky.
  • CBS Evening News
    On Wednesday, September 13, 2006, Debra Neiman was featured on the CBS Evening News. Neiman was interviewed for a story on whether people should rent versus buy a home.
  • Couples stay focused through 6-month checkup
    This is the follow-up story to the USA Today Couples and Their Cash profile that Deb Neiman was featured in. The article talks about the changes that Patrick and Simon made since their plan was prepared.
  • Nest Building for Unmarrieds
    Debra Neiman talks to the Wall Street Journal about how unmarried couples should structure their home buying arrangements.
  • Couple seek help in prioritizing
    The profile of two Texas women who wrote to USA Today seeking advice on their portfolio and retirement planning. Debra Neiman analyzed their situation and advised the couple accordingly.
  • No crying allowed
    Maclean's Magazine out of Toronto, Canada interviews Debra Neiman about the financial implications of breaking up.
  • ABC News
    ABC News delves into the issue of who loses most (financially) in break-ups.
  • Who Loses the Most in Breakups?
    The number of unmarried couples is on the rise, but few realize the financial pitfalls if the relationship doesn't endure. By Marilyn Gardner | Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor
  • Same-Sex Marriages and Income Taxes
    Deb Neiman talks to the Washington Blade about the nuances of income tax preparation for same-sex couples who were married in Massachusetts.
Financial Planning
  • Gay Marriages, Gay Money
    Deb Neiman talks to freelance journalist Linda Stern about the financial implications of same-sex marriages in San Francisco.
  • Are You in Control of Your Money?
    If your money habits are getting you down, take control. Use this quiz to learn more about your money personality and what you can do to improve your fiscal situation.
  • Couple or Companions
    It’s trickier than the traditional, but financial planning for unmarried couples—straight or gay—can be done. Here’s how.
  • What's Love Got to do With It?
    Deb Neiman talks to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine about the unique financial planning needs of unmarried couples.
  • How to Get Back on Track
    The bear market has zapped many retirement plans. What to do now? Deb Neiman discusses retirement planning with Mike McNamee at Business Week.
  • Putting Your Savings to Work
    Deb Neiman provides a money makeover for ABCNews.com. The subject is Theresa, a young woman working at her first job after college.
  • Fewer Funds, More Diversity
    Deb Neiman prepares a Portfolio Makeover for Kathy, a 44-year-old institutional accounts manager at a bank in St. Paul, Minnesota.
  • A job loss and your 401(k)
    CNNfn reporter Andrew Stein interviews Deb Neiman about how to handle your 401(k) if you’ve recently lost your job.
Investment Planning
  • Marketing Buzz
    Deb Neiman talks to Entrepreneur Magazine about an underserved market.
  • Serving the Gay and Lesbian Market
    Ed McCarthy of Bloomberg Wealth Manager initially is skeptical about a conference that deals solely with the issues of financial planning for same-sex couples.
  • Journal of Financial Planning
    The February 2002 editional of the Journal of Financial Planning, the official publication of the Financial Planning Association, profiled Debra Neiman.
Personal Finance
  • So you haven't sold yet
    Deb Neiman talks to CNN/Money about how long-term investors are facing tough choices: Sell low or face more punishing losses.
Tax Information
  • Doubts arise over tax cut
    Eric Convey of the Boston Herald writes about whether the Massachusetts income tax decrease from 5.95% to 5.85% will have a major impact on residents.
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