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Women: The Alzheimer’s Odds Are Not In Your Favor

If you’re a woman, the odds are not in your favor, at least when it concerns the likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s. The numbers show that women are more likely than men to develop Alzheimer’s. According to AARP, almost two-thirds of Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease are women. In fact, women in their 60s are actually […]

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Quote Of The Week: The #1 Mistake Women Investors Make

“When it comes to investing, the biggest mistake women make has nothing to do with where they’re choosing to invest their money. Rather, the issue is they’re not investing enough in the first place.” Sallie Krawcheck, co-founder and CEO of Ellevest, a digital investment platform for women, interviewed by CNBC MakeIt Krawcheck, an investing trailblazer who once ran […]

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Wine, Women & Books: Here’s To Lasting Friendships

Couldn’t help but post this photo taken last week at our September Book Club. Our Book Club has been going strong for 16 years. That’s right, we’ve been meeting every month for 16 years. That’s a lot of books! (Not to mention an awful lot of wine!) This past month, we read and thoroughly enjoyed Madeline […]

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We Love To Work With Women Clients, And It Shows! 

We’re thrilled to share some exciting news. Mari has again earned the prestigious Women’s Choice Award ® for Financial Advisors and Firms and was recently featured in USA Today, spotlighting our firm’s commitment to our female and couple clients. You can take a look at the USA Today announcement here. This recognition demonstrates our commitment […]

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Young Singles: Already Behind at the Savings Game?

Singles are surging.  They number almost 100 million and make up 43% of the adult population in the United States. But therein lies a problem, at least when it comes to retirement savings.   Young singles (between the ages of 22 and 35) are about half as likely to open a retirement savings account and save for the future as their married […]

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