Ever wanted to scale Mount Everest, ride a motorcycle across Europe, or take an extended sabbatical? You can, with a five year plan.
Whether it’s from a credit card, a mortgage or student loan, most people are burdened with a lot of debt. But it’s possible to pay off a large loan quickly – if you plan ahead.
Cary Carbonaro, financial planner and author of The Money Queen’s Guide, has two major pieces of advice for women in their sixties who are retiring or about to retire.
Cary Carbonaro discusses finances at the Millionaire Mama Summit:
Cary Carbonaro shares tips on how to recover financially after divorce
The biggest financial challenge facing women in their fifties is…caring for their parents, says Cary Carbonaro, author of The Money Queen’s Guide. Women who are approaching their fifties (or are already there) should formulate a financial plan for making sure their parents are safe and secure as they grow older.
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Crucial Money Advice for Women in Their 20’s
Your twenties are a time of radical change. It’s when you graduate college, get your first “real” paycheck, and have to start planning for the future. Cary Carbonaro provides one piece of financial advice that you will appreciate for the rest of your life.