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  • Judith Ward, CFP®

    Judith WardJudith Ward, a senior financial planner and vice president of T. Rowe Price Investment Services, joined the firm in 1983. Prior to her current position, Judith was an investment analyst in our Fixed Income Division specializing in asset allocation portfolios.

    Among her many responsibilities, including developing financial planning-related products and services as well as online tools and calculators, Judith provides guidance about a broad range of investment-related issues and has hosted several interactive videos on our Web site. In addition, she is a frequent contributor to T. Rowe Price publications and serves as an internal consultant on matters relating to personal financial planning. Judith earned a B.A. in economics and a certificate in finance from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

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    September 25, 2014
    While it's true that college costs are on the rise, there is plenty of misinformation about the affordability of higher education. Here are a few of the most common myths-along with an explanation of what's really going on. Read More

    August 28, 2014
    While it's true that college costs are on the rise, there is plenty of misinformation about the affordability of higher education. Here are a few of the most common myths-along with an explanation of what's really going on. Read More

    August 27, 2014
    While it's true that college costs are on the rise, there is plenty of misinformation about the affordability of higher education. Here are a few of the most common myths-along with an explanation of what's really going on. Read More

    July 25, 2014
    Enhance your income in retirement with the benefits available to you. Married individuals generally are eligible to receive a monthly Social Security benefit worth up to 50% of the amount their spouse would receive at his or her full retirement age. This benefit is based on your spouse's employment history, not your own. Read More

    March 24, 2014
    Opening a 529 college savings plan and contributing to it regularly can make a big difference in your children's lives—and so can setting up their own Roth IRA, which will help give them a jump-start in life. Read More

    March 14, 2014
    Generally speaking, when both spouses wait to start taking their Social Security benefits at age 70, they can receive the maximum amount. This strategy ensures the greatest possible income stream from Social Security while both spouses are living and for the surviving spouse. Read More

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