Juliette Fairley

After graduating from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, Juliette Fairley wrote four personal finance books that were published by John Wiley & Sons. Her most popular book Cash in the City: Affording Martinis, Manolos and Manicures on a Working Girl's Salary landed her a tv show called Cha Ching Money Makers that she hosted on the Discovery Channel. The visibility catapulted Miss Fairley into the role of indie film actress. When she is not writing for The Street and MainStreet, Miss Fairley is pursuing acting. If the Manhattan resident looks familiar, it may be because you saw her play a co-starring role in the vampire comedy Summer of Blood, which is currently airing on Showtime TV. Juliette writes about travel, entertainment, retirement, investing, millennial finance, real estate, elder financial abuse, guardianship reform, debt, the business of marijuana legalization and many other topics. Part of her publishing career has included being on Steve Forbes' ghost writing team and writing about entertainment for Variety, the Hollywood Bible.

Recent Articles By The Author

Why Some European Equities Offer Better Value Than U.S. Stocks

Why Some European Equities Offer Better Value Than U.S. Stocks

Nordic countries and Northern Europe are attractive due to exposures in consumer spending, staples and healthcare sectors.

How A Letter To The IRS Can Spare Retirees For Not Taking Retirement Withdrawals

How A Letter To The IRS Can Spare Retirees For Not Taking Retirement Withdrawals

Busy lives cause recent retirees to overlook minimum distribution requirements from their 401k plans and IRAs.

How To Secure Tax-Free Retirement Cash Out of Life Insurance

How To Secure Tax-Free Retirement Cash Out of Life Insurance

Indexed life insurance policies offer tax-deferred growth of cash-values and tax-free distributions of income at any age.

How to Fix The Conflicts Of Interest That Exist In Employer-Sponsored 401(k) Plans

How to Fix The Conflicts Of Interest That Exist In Employer-Sponsored 401(k) Plans

The Supreme Court is expected to rule on higher fees and the investor's statute of limitations.

Why the Emerging Affluent Are More Likely to Be Women, Non-White and Nearing 40 Years old

Why the Emerging Affluent Are More Likely to Be Women, Non-White and Nearing 40 Years old

The changing face of wealth is partly due to the democracy the Internet has created.

ETFs Are Gaining Ground But The Majority Of Investors Don't Understand How They Work

ETFs Are Gaining Ground But The Majority Of Investors Don't Understand How They Work

A new study says 30% of younger non-ETF owners plan to purchase ETFs in the next 12 months.

Crippling Myths And Misperceptions That Prevent Millennials From Advancing On The Job

Crippling Myths And Misperceptions That Prevent Millennials From Advancing On The Job

As digital natives, young workers bring advanced technical skill to their employment.

What Newly Divorced Parents Need to Know About Filing Taxes

What Newly Divorced Parents Need to Know About Filing Taxes

Former spouses turned co-parents who don't coordinate their separate income taxes are asking for an audit.

The Nanny Tax Is Different This Year: How It Will Impact Household Employees

The Nanny Tax Is Different This Year: How It Will Impact Household Employees

Nannies need to be paid on the books, or they won’t qualify for lower health insurance premiums.

Facebook Launches A Payment Method That Rivals Paypal and Western Union

Facebook Launches A Payment Method That Rivals Paypal and Western Union

Since former Paypal CEO David Marcus joined Facebook, the company has updated Messenger with a payment option.