Tuesday, March 17, 2015

What happens when you’re suddenly single - Financial Planning for Women



Women can find themselves suddenly single through divorce, death of a spouse, or the departure of a live in partner. The sudden dissolution of a relationship can cause significant personal trauma with secondary consequences, usually financial. Sometimes women feel inadequate in taking control of their finances, perhaps because they deferred money issues to someone else. The first step in taking control of your money is not disqualifying yourself from learning about money and finding a trusted adviser.

There are several online support web sites that cater to women where they can begin their financial education and search for advisers that fits their personal needs. Another step towards financial independence starts with bank accounts and credit cards in your own name. This episode addresses additional steps in learning how to master your money.

Syndicated financial columnist and talk show host Steve Savant interviews registered investment adviser and certified financial planner Heather Coulter. For almost 20 years she has been managing money and using a unique mind mapping software that analyzes, stores and retrieves client data and photos. This is episode 2 of 5 in the series, Financial Planning for Women.

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