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The ABLE Age Adjustment Act passed!

Today, we’re sitting down with one of your favorite guests, Paul Curley, to get into the details of the ABLE Age Adjustment Act, which passed as a part of SECURE 2.0 in December 2022.

We’re so excited that the ABLE Age Adjustment Act passed, but there’s still a lot of work to do, and Paul teaches us some of the best areas to focus on as we interact with our legislators.

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Meet Your Hosts


Joyce is a wife and mom of 4 children. She has 3 boys and 1 daughter, who are all autistic. Her oldest child is 22 years old, and her youngest just turned 5 this year. Joyce loves to cook Latin food for her family; she’s also an expert in frugal living!

She started My Stay At Home Adventures as a way to help moms find the joy in modern homemaking on a budget they can afford.


Brynne is a freelance personal finance writer and the creator of the popular Women’s Finance site, Femme Frugality. Her award-nominated book, The Feminist Financial Handbook, has been called ‘revolutionary’ and ‘a unicorn among finance books.’ In 2020, she was awarded a PEN America grant for the body of her work.

She is also a mother, and one of her children is Autistic. She didn’t realize how much of an impact this would have on her finances until she lived it. On Mom Autism Money, she and co-host Joyce address the financial and cultural realities of raising an Autistic child through interviews with some of the most knowledgeable experts in the field.

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