Quoted in The Washington Post: Reducing Money Clutter

Liz Weston, writing for The Washington Post, recently spotlighted the issue of “money clutter” and how to reduce it. In the article, Ms. Weston surveys the top 5 ways to improve organization and reduce stress with recommendations from top financial advisors.

The more financial accounts you have to monitor, the more stress you’re likely to feel, says Chicago financial planner Sheila Padden, president of the Alliance of Comprehensive Planners. It’s too easy to lose track of an account, miss a due date or fail to notice a fraudulent transaction.

“Like any machinery, if there’s a lot of moving parts, then it’s more likely to break down,”

To read all of Sheila’s recommendations, click here to download the full article as a printable PDF document.