Why Women Need To Be Wealthy And What We Can Do To Get There

Why Women Need To Be Wealthy And What We Can Do To Get There

If we are financially well (imagine a nice savings buffer in our bank accounts), we can negotiate harder to be paid fairly at work.

We can leave relationships and jobs where we’re being mistreated. We can take more risks in our careers without worrying about the financial implications. We’d see more women on boards and management teams.


A Millennial's Guide to Spending (and Saving)

A Millennial's Guide to Spending (and Saving)

The earlier we start, the easier it is to save up for financial freedom—aka retirement. Why? The eighth wonder of the world: compound interest. While retirement may seem far off when we are young, compound interest (or interest on interest) makes it worth our while to start contributing funds to our retirement early on. Any contributions, including small amounts, make a huge difference when given the chance to accumulate.

What Employees' Financial Unwellness Is Costing Their Companies

What Employees' Financial Unwellness Is Costing Their Companies

Financial wellness means being in a place where you are spending and saving your money thoughtfully, where your behaviors and thinking around your personal finances contribute positively to your short-term and long-term goals. In our money journeys, we’re always working towards more powerful thinking about our finances, which leads to less stress, and ultimately, more wealth. Being in a state of financial wellness also means that a big, unexpected expense (like a hospital bill or other emergency) wouldn’t completely derail us. If we’re financially well, we’re more equipped to handle unanticipated events and their costs.