Your future depends on how you address your individual financial circumstances. The world of money and finances in complex to say the least. There is no one way of preparing for the futre that is right for everyone, but there are common elements, strategies, and concepts that helps us all.
In the world of money there is a saying. “It is not what you make, but what you keep.” It is highly likely you will find savings, increased understandings of options that enhance your earnings, or strategies that will protect your money, life, family, and income in an immeasurable way. Doing this exercise in community with other women, and the accountability that comes with the way it is laid out, is priceless.
In addition, we will address your view on money for greater abundance, confidence, and success. Understanding your unconscious relationship to money and the old stories you are telling yourself will liberate you from this hold.
We believe in financial planning as a process that is not just about money, but about life planning. Just like health, sound financial management and planning, underpins and supports a purpose-driven life.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are some 30 million American women who are single, divorced, or widowed. Women typically live eight years longer than men but earn, on average, 25% less than men (U.S. Department of Labor, 1996). The average age of widowhood is 56. Three out of every four women are single when they die.
The reality is that most women are going to eventually have to be able to control their own finances. It is impractical for any woman to expect someone else to be responsible for her economic future. Therefore, it is prudent that women learn how to be successful financial planners for their household.
When signing up for this course, be prepared to set aside time to focus on your financial reoganization. A tune up, if you will. This is an experiential course organized across separate modules over 8-weeks.
Within each module, you will have access to a combination of research, videos, and exercises to keep you on track to re-organize and re-assess your financial house. You will be able to share your challenges and ask questions at our weekly open sessions.
You will increase your understanding in the areas of: asset preservation, risk management, life income planning, investment planning, banking solutions, tax saving strategies and estate planning. There will not be any financial advising in this course, nor any product recommendations.
The aim of the curriculum is to give women the confidence to make financial decisions on their own or, when necessary, with the help of a Financial Advisor. We will discuss how to select a Financial Advisor and the various types of advisors and experts.
This is a wait-listed course and fills quickly when open. RSVP via contact form below to be the first to be given the option to sign up for it.