Monday, August 26 2013
When it comes to salary negotiation, numbers speak louder than words. NanoLumens' Karen Robinson Cope, a serial entrepreneur who's been CEO of four different companies, explains the dos and don'ts of determining your pay and why that initial salary discussion is the most important of your life.
Written by Corinne Garcia Monday, July 29 2013
“I couldn't understand why women would complain about not getting the raise they felt they deserved at work when they had control over the kinds of returns they were making on their money and not spending a minute of thought in that area, which frankly is more impactful,” explains Laurie Itkin, founder of the San Diego based The Options Lady. Here, author and financial coach, Itkin offers 3 smart and simple ways to grow your money.
Written by Emily Sanders Tuesday, August 07 2012
When you think retirement, do you think sailboat and sunsets? What about skyrocketing healthcare costs, the volatile market and possibility of caring for both children and aging parents? The good news, according to CPA and CEO Emily Sanders, is you have more freedom than ever to customize your retirement. Here are her 5 simple rules to over-prepare you for the future.
Written by Elizabeth Rene Tuesday, July 24 2012
According to financial guru Manisha Thakor, women “have less wiggle room to get it wrong” because we live longer. Add to that, we still earn less than our male counterparts and spend more years out of the workforce caring for kids and parents. Want to get it right? Check out Thakor’s zen approach to smart money.
Tuesday, April 24 2012
We asked Mary Ellen Garrett of Merrill Lynch what investment advice she would offer women in these real-life scenarios. See if any of these profiles offer you some answers to your own investment questions.