Helen Hamada, Women At Woodstock alum, financial coach, and life counselor, is leading a money group Tuesday evenings this Fall in Millbrook, NY. Money Matters is designed to uncover our hidden beliefs about money, and then guide participants towards a healthy relationship with their finances. Workshop Details: When: Thursday evenings from 7:30 – 9pm Dates: September 10, 17,
In an earlier post, I talked about women and money – and our sometimes problematic relationship with it, and asked Ivy Menchel to share some of the basics about financial management; a good place to start. Here’s Part 2, on estate planning. Financially Savvy Women: Part 2 Investing and Saving By Ivy H. Menchel In
I guess we all know that finances are the last big taboo subject among Americans. We just do not talk about our money – how much we have, what are our plans, what are our concerns. We don’t talk about it with strangers, not with colleagues, not with friends, and as it turns out, not
We’re very excited that Women At Woodstock Presenter and friend, Ivy Menchel, was interviewed by the Chicago Tribune last week about a subject that impacts many boomers. In the recent article, Ivy offers financial advice to women (and men) who are considering retirement.
Congratulations to our own Ivy Menchel, who was interviewed recently on First Wives World. She talked about the financial aspects of divorce – which she points out is likely to be one of the biggest financial decision making processes of a woman’s life. Ivy was a panelist on the Take Action / Make It Happen workshop at