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We list six reasons why it’s important to both save and maximize your hard-earned dollars.
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It may seem like you can’t afford to save, but there are daily opportunities to be frugal.
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There are many ways to save and invest, and both are important to your financial well-being.
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Want to be smarter with your money? Head to the app store to find hundreds of useful programs that help track your spending and organize bills so that you can head down the path toward affluence.
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With a longer life expectancy, women have to realize the impact that overly conservative investing can have on their ability to reach their financial goals.
Often accustomed to working independently, the new advisor will need to be more of a team player that is integrally connected with more aspects of your financial life. Your future advisor will leverage technology to work flexibly and have systems and processes in place to ensure that your interests are always paramount.
One thing I have learned after more than three decades as a marketing communications consultant and business coach is that robust client relationships take time, even years, to build. They are the result of efforts to build trust through delivering value. Here are ten tips to consider to create client relationships built on trust.
When my husband walked out of the house one Sunday morning and a police officer walked up my driveway later to inform me he had been killed in an accident, one of the most important relationships in my life was forever changed. Little did I know, that another relationship I had been building over time was about to become one of the most important in my entire lifetime, the relationship with my financial advisor.
A lack of understanding of how women do business is one of the reasons so many women are demanding female financial advisors. The industry, however, is sadly under-served by women. In 2012, less than 25 per cent of advisors are women. As a result, the business is neglecting the needs of women and is thus ignoring hundreds of millions of dollars of potential revenue and profit.
While we debate economic momentum in the U.S., how much slower the Chinese economy will become and whether the downtrend in multiples has more to go, expect to see the stock market a little more shaky in the coming weeks and months. Yep, I said it -- more volatility.