It is tax season, which is the perfect time for a financial spring cleaning. Nancy Doyle was a guest today on WCIU’s You & Me. She discussed the importance of being organized in terms of your financial life. The process does not need to be intimidating or overwhelming. Let’s get started! See link below: You & Me appearance April 5, 2017
Most Americans are financially unprepared for an emergency. Whatever the type, emergencies can have a profound impact on your finances. There are steps you can take to prepare for the unexpected—whatever that may be. Cameron Huddleston “7 Emergencies That Could Bankrupt You — And How to Plan” www.gobankingrates.com 7 Emergencies That Could Bankrupt You — And How to Plan
Nancy Doyle was a guest on Chuck Jaffe’s MoneyLife Managing your financial life can seem intimidating. Many women don’t know how or where to start. Nancy Doyle was a guest today on Chuck Jaffe’s MoneyLife. She discussed why women need to be actively involved in managing their financial lives and how they can overcome their anxiety about money and investing.
Nancy Doyle is quoted in US NEWS For estate planning, evaluate whether or not you or a loved one would benefit from a financial caregiver. There are many considerations, starting with who is the best “key person” to fit your needs. The time is now to have these important discussions. Carlson, Debbie: “Why You Need a Financial Caregiver” US NEWS See link below: US NEWS
DAILY HERALD BUSINESS LEDGER Nancy Doyle’s guest column in the Daily Herald Business Ledger Tax season is right around the corner. It is the perfect time of year for a financial spring cleaning. Just like when you go through your closet to determine what to keep and what to toss, you can do the same with your financial life. Doyle, Nancy: “Time for a financial spring cleaning” Daily Herald Business Ledger See link below: Daily Herald Business Ledger
Manage Your Financial Life is recommended as one of three books that are ideal for those approaching retirement – along with works by Jane Bryant Quinn and Barbara Bradley Hagerty. Ms. Kidd Stewart highlights the comprehensive approach outlined in the book. Janet Kidd Stewart: “The Journey: Books for Retirees or Those Getting Close” Australian Financial Review See link below: Australian Financial Review