Rainbow Warriors by Oliva Mellan and Sharry Christie, Investment Advisor, February 2012
Hourly Option "Some 20 years after gaining considerable renown, Sharon Rich is still running a solo shop and billing like a consultant. That's exactly how she wants it." by Kathy Krisof, Financial Planning April 2014
Coming Into Money: Advisors Should Anchor Clients by Diana Britton, InsuranceNewsnet.com, May 27, 2011
4 Money Saving Tips for the New Year by Laura Cohen, Kiplinger.com, Dec. 29, 2009
On the Money: Life Insurance 101 by CJ Prince, www.NAFE.com
Staying on the Job Just For the Fun of It by Andrew Coen, Investment News , Novemeber 8, 2008
The Financial Adviser as Hand-Holder by Ron Lieber, The New York Times , September 27, 2008
For financial planners, crash course in hand-holding by Jenn Abelson, Boston Globe , September 27, 2008
Protecting your nest egg by Suzanne Barlyn, Boston Globe , May 25, 2008
The saving secret for women? Start young by MP Dunleavy. msn.com updated March 28, 2008
Who Gets to Keep the Barry Manilow Records? by Hillary Chura, The New York Times , February 17, 2007
A principled portfolio, by Linda Tucci, Boston Globe, Money Makeover, Dec. 17, 2006 . Sharon Rich helps a young woman invest in Socially Responsible Fund
Buying home sweet home alone, by Kimberly Blanton, Boston Globe , February 11, 2006
Zen and the Art of Retirement, by MP Dunlevy, MSN.com, A younger woman's look at how to get started saving for the future day.
Dreaming of a home -- with hard work ahead by Linda Tucci, Boston Globe Money Makeover, Nov. 27, 2005. Sharon helps a young disabled mother think about buying a home.
Helping Women Get Rich article about Sharon's business in local Belmont, MA paper, April 7, 2005
Gay marriage solves, creates money issues, by Chuck Jaffe, Boston Globe May 20, 2005
Give Mom and Dad a Break: Advisors should help parents prioritize financial goals and create timelines without increasing their guilt by Sharon Rich, On Wall Street, December 1, 2004
Retiring Women: A Real Anxiety The sad fact is that, for many women, retirement won't be rosy. Here's what you can do to help. by Sharon Rich, On Wall Street, August 1, 2004
Her place at the table by Mary K. Pratt, Boston Business Journal .Washington Business Journal. February, 11, 2004,
Wall Street Words, by David Logan Scott Houghton Mifflin Reference Books, 2003
Who says you have to be broke in college? August 8, 2003
A Bittersweet Inheritance by Elizabeth Fenner. Real Simple, August 2002. Sharon advised woman who's mother left her $50,000
The Right Advice by Lynn Brenner, "Planning is about priorities. 'People come in with $50,000 to invest and by the time we're don talking, they realize it's already committed to replacing their car, paying off their credit cards, and so on.'" Large photo of Sharon with article about choosing financial adivisors. Bloomberg Personal Finance, September 2001
Mission: money control by Shira J. Boss. Good Housekeeping, June 2001. Sharon helped a young couple review their finances
How to teach your children about credit cards -- before it's too late May 20, 2000, Updated: March 21, 2007
Battle of the $exes by Jennifer Karchmer CnnMoney.com March 2, 2000
Credit card company 'gifts' often just cost you more in feesNov. 24, 1999
Saying No to Bankruptcy, She Chooses to Try Paying Off Debts by Stephanie Losee, Los Angeles Times, October 13, 1998
Few Folks Invest Retirement Cash in Overseas Market 401(k)s Shun Foreign Stocks by George Mannes, ABCNEWS.com from TheStreet.com, Oct. 5, 1998
Build a Future for Richer, not Poorer, How to avoice the financial perils of plighting your troth by Rosemary Neff, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, June 1998
Social Security Benefits Seem Anything But Secure Higher taxation and reduced inflation protection are widely expected. That makes retirement planning difficult by Donald Jay Korn, Financial Planning, December 1997.
The Best 200 Financial Advisers Worth Magazine, October 1996.
Guide to Financial Advisors Worth Magazine, October 1994.
How to fight fair about money.(money disputes between couples) by Janet Bodnar, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, July 1991,Page 65