The term “personal finances” is a misnomer. Not only do your finances affect you and your spouse, but also the family members around you.
Talking about money from the perspective of shared financial stewardship is key to determining financial compatibility.
Women in search of some financial peace of mind must get clarity on five key numbers, from spending and savings to asset allocation.
Women often face financial headwinds in the form of the gender pay gap, the number of years in the paid workforce, and longer life spans.
At Brighton Jones, we are championing the continued advancements and achievements of women while also recognizing that there is still much work to be done.
What’s driving the gap between a future where women will control most of the nation’s wealth and the present reality in which very few women are financially empowered?
In our efforts to raise awareness and bring more women into this rewarding profession, we want to introduce you to an all-star lineup of female advisors at Brighton Jones.
Only 23 percent of certified financial planners are women, a figure that has remained steady for the past decade. After years of head-scratching and frustration, we set out to learn why.