There’s a plethora of money advice out there. To help you separate the noise from the good stuff, we rounded up the nine best pieces of advice we heard about money this year. Here’s what self-made millionaires, financial planners, and CEOs had to say about how to best manage your money and grow your wealth.
In an increasingly anxious world, more financial advisers are fine-tuning their bodies with yoga to clear their thinking and make the right financial choices.
So the next time you walk into a financial planner’s office, do not be surprised if you find your money guru on a yoga mat, in a downward-dog pose.
Financial planner Cary Carbonaro is one of them.
When talking about women empowerment, no story is juicier than a woman who goes through a NASTY divorce, and comes out of it stronger than ever. Heck, she remains in a male-dominated financial industry and becomes its queen—The Money Queen that is.
Now this is a story that all Invest Divas can relate to. I had the chance to sit down with the bubbly and ever motivated Cary Carbonaro, Author of the Money Queen book in NYC the other day, and asked her some essential questions that could empower all women.
# 7 – The Money Queen’s Guide, by Cary Carbonaro
This is a decade-by-decade exploration of the financial challenges that women face from our twenties through our sixties, as well as a guide for how to turn each of them into opportunities to build wealth.
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