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  Don’t Let Your Heartstrings Control Your Purse Strings Giving to charitable causes can be a very emotional thing. You’re supporting something near to your heart, possibly with a deep personal connection. However, if you’re not mindful, it is possible to give at the expense of yourself. Be sure you…

  •   Four Ways to Take the Taboo Out of Talking About Money with Your Spouse Money is a commonly held taboo topic, like politics and religion. We just don’t feel comfortable talking about them – especially to people we care about. That’s because these topics are tied closely to how we view ourselves. These topics also garner a lot of judgment, and the last thing we want is to be judged on something that we feel is intrinsically linked to our intelligence or sense of maturity. Yet, by practicing a few simple tips, we can start tackling the taboo topic…

  • Seeing women be successful, self-sufficient, and fully capable of meeting her own and her loved one’s needs is a vision to which I am deeply committed. There is growing evidence that women led businesses and women in positions of influence at their company have a noticeable impact on the bottom line, but the facts remain that women entrepreneurs will have a harder time than their male counterparts when it comes to finding mentorship, earning enough to support their families, and receiving funding and venture capital. As a woman entrepreneur, you are unique, you will face challenges, and you have the…

  •   I personally believe that one of the advantages of doing well financially is to be able to “give back” to causes that are near and dear to your heart. However, when we feel passionate about a cause, the emotional pull can tempt us to financially overextend ourselves. With some forethought, though, you can utilize creative measures that allow you to be generous without breaking the bank. Your Time Before you pull out your checkbook, perhaps consider getting your hands a little dirty. Whether it’s cleaning trash from the beach, working at a food pantry or assembling packages for our…

  • No matter what your sexual orientation, gender identity, or how you structure your relationships, having a financial plan is something you deserve. If you are LGBTQ+, you face different challenges than heterosexuals. From naming your same-sex partner on taxes or financial documents to the ability to count on family for help when you need it to coping with homophobia in our culture, your planning needs are different – just like you, and that is fabulous! A 2016-2017 study outlines the LGBTQ+ community’s attitudes, concerns, and strengths when it comes to your finances. In a world where prejudice and discrimination still…



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