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Sarah Kaufman

Director of Brand and Content, Betterment

Sarah Kaufman

About Sarah

Sarah Kaufman is Director of Brand and Content at Betterment. She's been a regular contributor to Yahoo! Finance, Huffington Post, Esquire, Good Housekeeping, Redbook, Woman’s Day, The Motley Fool and other sites. Sarah has a master's degree in journalism from New York University and a bachelor's degree in English writing, political science, and studio arts from the University of Pittsburgh.

Articles written by Sarah

Here’s How Betterment Women Are Shaping the Future of Finance

Twelve women across eleven different departments came together to talk about why they’ve chosen careers in fintech.

Betterment Does 2017: Our New Year’s Resolutions

The start of the new year is a clean slate. It’s a chance to challenge ourselves. It’s an opportunity to do something good, and be better. That’s why a bunch of us at Betterment made resolutions for 2017, and we thought it would be fun to share them with you.

This Year, Don’t Make Resolutions—Create Habits

Make it easier to accomplish your goals by making the execution as effortless as possible.

Q&A: Getting on Track for Retirement

For Amy Augenblick, a comfortable retirement simply means seeing her girls grow up and have families, whatever those may look like. See how she's getting on track for retirement and what really motivates her to save.

Women and Taxes: A Guide for 6 Different Scenarios

Betterment data suggests that women will have a wider variety of tax scenarios this year than men. In this comprehensive guide, we look at why, and the kinds of filing decisions women should consider.

Good Habits: How to Achieve Your New Year’s Resolutions

Make it easier to accomplish your goals by making the execution as effortless as possible.

8 Things You Should Talk About When Retiring as a Couple

A retirement coach shares her tips on how to transition into your next phase of life—together.

The Reality Check That Changed How I Manage Money

The call was short, simple and, at the time, devastating. It was clear that the days of shamelessly extracting money from my father were over.

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