Content Strategist, Editor, Writer

Pauline Millard oversees the Your Money vertical for Chase's Brand Newsroom. She started her career at The Associated Press and writes about personal finance and careers.

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Episodic article
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How To Plan For The Episodic Career

Careers are no longer linear, even if you work full time. Here's how to plan.

Weddingcash article
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Here's What To Do With All That Wedding Cash

For a lot of people, wedding money is the first influx of cash they ever experience.

Draymond article
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Draymond Green On Managing Money

The Golden State Warriors star talks about windfalls, investing and retirement.

Boutiquefitness article
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8 Ways To Manage The Cost Of Boutique Fitness

Because those barre classes can get pricey.

Interest rates article
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How The Recent Interest Rate Increase Will Impact You

The Fed recently raised its short-term interest rate. Here's what that means.

Studentathlete article
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How To Manage The Costs Of Youth Sports

How to meet the rising costs for student athletes without taking away the fun.

Bulk article
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Creative Ways To Maximize Bulk Purchases

Large quantities of food can be overwhelming. Here's how to make it last.

Bananas article
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7 Great Food Deals At Wholesale Clubs -- According To Chefs

Chefs know what the best, and sometimes overlooked, items are among the thousands available.

Backtoschool article
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Where To Find The Best Back To School Deals

When you need back-to-school supplies, a quick stop at the drugstore isn't going to cut it.

Space article
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Meet The Man Behind The Holiday Storefront Windows

Maz Khalfan was fired by his dad. Now, he runs a leading company that designs display windows for the world's top luxury retailers.

Unemploy article
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New JPMorgan Chase Institute Study Explores Unemployment Insurance

UI is quite effective at preventing large spending drops among people who are unemployed for relatively short periods.