3 Ways To Be Smarter, Saner, and Savvier

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Much of my life, like yours, is spent on my desktop, laptop, tablet and smart phone. This has brought invaluable efficiencies to my work and personal life, but it has also brought tremendous headaches. So whenever I find a tool whether it be a gadget, app, or service that allows me to do or get […]

Interesting News about Women, Money (and Cats)

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Who can forget Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lopez’s spontaneous and rowdy response to Patricia Arquette’s comments about women’s equality at the Academy Awards this past March? Meryl Streep is taking it one step further by funding a screenwriting lab for women writers over 40. The sad truth is that women represent only 7 percent of […]

NoBody Knows – And That is Why You Diversify

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– Nobody knew that the yield on the 10 year Treasury would keep going down. – Nobody knew that the price of a barrel of oil would drop by 55%. – Nobody knew the Russian ruble would crash. – Nobody knew that Japan would dip into a technical recession. – Nobody knew that Europe’s tentative […]

Women and Clothes Shopping – 25 Tips to Take Control

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There was a time when men’s grooming and fashion was as complicated as women – but that time is long gone. Today, women probably spend 4 x as much as men on their appearance and unwittingly get caught in the trap of trying to keep up with the fashion and beauty industry. Clothes shopping can […]

A Few Of My Favorite Reads in 2014

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I’ve loved reading all my life. I can remember lying on my bed as a girl with my head deep into a book while chaos swirled around me in the cramped house I grew up in with five siblings. I read through most of the Bobbsey Twin and all the Nancy Drew mysteries and then […]

Women: Look Out For Yourself When It Comes To Money

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Women have something in common when it comes to their money: At some point in their lives, they will need to manage it on their own. Women are marrying later or never marrying, at a higher rate than ever, with marriages down 60 percent from 1970.* The divorce rate in the U.S. remains high, at […]

Cultivating a Healthy Relationship with Money

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Cultivating a Healthy Relationship with Money Cultivating a healthy relationship with money is the foundation of a rich and happy life. Just like any other relationship, for your money to prosper and grow, it needs attention and care. You don’t want to smother it with worry and fear, but you also don’t want to be […]

Stocks and the Retiree Next Door

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54% of the successful retirees who took the recent retiree next-door survey, named stocks as their highest performing asset class but in the same survey, stocks took first place on the list of top 10 financial missteps. As a financial advisor with two major market downturns under my belt, this doesn’t surprise me. The truth […]

5 Ideas to Protect Your Email Accounts From Cypercriminals

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We all know that hackers and cypercriminals are out there and probably not going away anytime soon. In fact, their crimes, like the recent Russian hacking incident, get bolder all the time. The truth is that criminal networks are conspiring round-the-clock to hack into our email accounts to find ways to steal our money! A […]

5 Money Worries Every Boomer Woman Understands

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As a financial adviser, I hear firsthand what boomer women worry about. Of course, all women are not alike: We have unique lifestyles, careers and aspirations. Still, getting older seems to yield surprisingly similar financial worry-lists for us. Here is a list of the top five fears that my clients bring me, and some ideas […]