The feminine approach to investing has been branded a losing strategy in the press: too conservative, risk-averse; less experienced; more worried about losses; and, less money to save/invest (lack of pay parity).
A Conference about Women for All Advisors:
Pumping Up Your Niche
Many people say successful advisors in the future will have to have niche practices. Hear about the interesting client groups that these advisors service, and how that focus jump started their… Read More
Every 10 seconds a Boomer turns 60 years old. Gray divorce is what many boomers face. Among U.S. adults over age 50, the divorce rate has doubled since 1994. Contrary to expectations, long term marriages are not immune to divorce and the largest increase (55%) is in first time marriages of over 20 years. With transition and the uncertainty… Read More
In March 2013, Ginny McKinney and her husband, Dan, were shopping for a camper to pursue their dream of traveling to great golf courses around the country. Then Dan died of a heart attack. He was 62 years old and she was 59.
“It was devastating. Grief is like an onion. You have the initial shock of the loss itself,… Read More
For many consumers, the real magic of the holiday season is the sleight of hand it takes to hide overspending from their spouse.
Almost half of Americans say their spouses or significant others do not know how much they spend during the holiday season, according to a new survey of 1,000 U.S. adults from SwagBucks.com
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Second only to child custody, alimony is one of the most contentious and difficult-to-navigate processes in any divorce. When two people are splitting up, particularly when that split is acrimonious, the last thing either of them wants to discuss is the prospect of giving money to each other. But, the topic has to be dealt with and the only… Read More
IT IS INEVITABLE that people will see a decline in their financial skills and decision-making ability as they age. No one is exempt: Everyone experiences normal cognitive aging in their later years, which in turn affects various financial skills. The degree of cognitive decline and its effect on specific financial skills varies by… Read More
Consider it a promotion. From now on, you are more than a humble household money manager, a bill payer and a check writer.
Instead, you are the chief financial officer of your household. You're the CFO of your finances, the C-suite executive of your personal capital. No corner office is required, but you're welcome to make business cards if you'd… Read More