Last week I was excited to meet with a successful Austin venture capitalist to talk about Financial Woman. Our meeting prompted me to go back to my office and list everything I was doing in my business, and rate each effort on a scale of 1 to 5 regarding effectiveness of better reaching women seeking […]
When I began the Financial Woman blog almost three years ago, I had no idea where it would lead me; I only knew that I felt called to share my investment knowledge with other women to help them become more comfortable and involved with their investments. I knew that would probably lead me to coaching […]
In discussing the possible end of our book group, my dear friend Marie recently pointed out that throughout history women have gathered and supported one another. They would regularly visit while quilting, canning or knitting. Now that this tradition is not as common, women still need to find ways to connect and support each other. […]
Financial women know that taxes greatly affect wealth accumulation. No matter how well you invest your money, a 33% chunk out of your investment returns or your income is painful. Yes, income taxes can be boring, and that is why everyone needs a good CPA. There are actually people who enjoy preparing tax returns! Worth […]
Recent studies on women and money have shown that we are becoming more involved with investing the household money. Despite this, I regularly talk with women who still completely avoid their wealth management. I think many women want to be more involved with their investments, but they just don’t know where to start. I recommend starting simply by becoming comfortable talking and thinking about your money and where it is invested.