Lauren Lyons Cole

Lauren Lyons Cole is a personal finance contributor for TheStreet and a Certified Financial Planner. She is a frequent guest on television and radio networks, and has appeared on the NBC Today Show, ABC World News Tonight, CBS This MorningFox NewsFox BusinessMarketplace Money, and MTV, among others. Her financial advice has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street JournalCNN MoneyU.S. News & World Report, the Huffington Post, and more.

Lyons Cole’s experience as a financial planner has given her unique insight into the struggles many Americans face, as well as the solutions that work. In addition to working with individual clients, she often speaks at conferences, corporate events and universities, and has served as a consultant to many fintech startups. 

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Recent Articles By The Author

How to Drill Down on Dental Costs: Save on Your Next Trip to the Dentist

How to Drill Down on Dental Costs: Save on Your Next Trip to the Dentist

Finances may be a bigger factor than fear when it comes to avoiding the dentist’s chair. Finding affordable dental care is possible with a little effort.

Drilling Down on Dental Costs: How to Save on Your Next Trip to the Dentist

Drilling Down on Dental Costs: How to Save on Your Next Trip to the Dentist

Finances may be a bigger factor than fear when it comes to avoiding the dentist.

How to Invest Like a Lady: 3 Ways Women Can Get More Out of Their Retirement Portfolios

How to Invest Like a Lady: 3 Ways Women Can Get More Out of Their Retirement Portfolios

Women face unique challenges with funding their retirement, and 60% fear they will outlive their savings. Creating an investment strategy is essential, but many women shy away from the task.

Invest Like a Lady: 3 Ways Women Can Get More Out of Their Retirement Portfolios

Invest Like a Lady: 3 Ways Women Can Get More Out of Their Retirement Portfolios

Women face unique challenges when it comes to retirement readiness, and 60% fear they will outlive their savings.

Want to Be Happy and Rich After College? Choose the Right Major

Want to Be Happy and Rich After College? Choose the Right Major

Americans who earn $75,000 a year are happier than those who earn less. Choosing a college major with higher earning potential could result in increased happiness later in life.