Studies indicate that women are strong savers and capable investors, often outperforming their male counterparts. However, one of the biggest financial obstacles women face is confidence in their money management and investment choices.Read More
As a woman, you might find yourself so committed to those you care about, your career, business, or other life obligations, that it could be tough to carve out time to address what’s best for you. Yet when it comes to retirement planning, it’s vital that you make yourself the priority. SageVest Wealth Management discusses the most common reasons women delay financial preparations for their retirement, and offers advice on how to overcome these concerns.Read More
As a woman-owned investment management and financial planning firm, SageVest Wealth Management is particularly cognizant of the unique challenges faced by women when it comes to balancing personal, family, career, and financial objectives.
One of the most common considerations is whether it’s financially feasible for one parent to stay home with the kids while the other partner becomes the prime breadwinner. Jennifer Myers recently talked with lifestyle blog, Motherly, about how to plan financially for this scenario, in ‘Yes, It Really Is Harder For Families Now To Get By On A Single Income’.Read More
March is Women’s History Month, making it a perfect time to highlight women’s many achievements since women first gained the right to vote, less than one hundred years ago. Today, women comprise 47% of the workforce, occupy 20% of U.S. Congressional seats, and more women under age 29 obtain undergraduate diplomas compared to men.
However, while there’s much to celebrate about women’s empowerment, there’s still a long road ahead to accomplishing true equality for women: personally, professionally, and financially. We take a look at some interesting statistics about women today, and consider ways to secure your financial future as a woman.Read More
As women’s roles expand in our workforce, our communities, and our family networks, so too do their responsibilities. Women are increasingly independent, personally and financially, often supporting both themselves and other family members. Yet gender-specific issues like lower earnings and longer lifespans continue to challenge longer-term financial security. What better way to celebrate Women’s Self Empowerment Week, therefore, than by considering women’s financial well-being?
As a top-ranked, woman-owned personal wealth manager, SageVest Wealth Management understands the importance of financial planning for women. Here are five essential money tips that every woman should follow.Read More
November is National Adoption Awareness Month. If you’re pursuing adoption, perhaps your journey is due to fertility issues, being single or part of a same-sex couple, or simply a fundamental desire to provide a loving home to a child in need. Whatever the reason, adoption is a joyful, life-changing experience for both parent and child.
It also requires careful consideration: practically, financially, and emotionally. I can attest to this as a proud adoptive single mother of two, and President of SageVest Wealth Management.
When I first explored adoption, there seemed little clear guidance about this important life event. While everyone’s adoptive experience is unique, I’m happy to share my own insights with other prospective parents.Read More
More than half of today’s college enrollees are women, making it likely that the number of working women will continue to dramatically rise in the coming years. Despite these facts, social roles often remain rooted in the past. This can create challenges in your personal relationships, especially as you accumulate independent wealth and become more engaged in financial decision-making for yourself and loved ones.
Whether you’re a working woman yourself, a supportive relative, or a friend of a professional woman, here are some tips on how to achieve relationship, family, and financial harmony in today’s new reality.Read More
There are many reasons why life insurance should play an important part in every person’s financial planning. Yet women often overlook this key asset protection strategy, and are far more likely than men to be under-insured or have no coverage at all.
Whether you’re a single woman, half of a couple, or a member of a more extended family network; whether you work at home, in the workforce, or as the leader of your own business; life insurance is essential to protect the transfer of your wealth, and more importantly, to protect your loved ones in the future.Read More