Karen Doyle quoted me in an article she published on www.gobankingrates.com, on Money Facts women over 40 should know. Educating yourself about finance and investing is important for all of us, especially for women. During our lifetime, most of us go through transitions with a financial impact – marriage, homeownership, parenthood, starting a business, divorce, widowhood. In her piece, “40 Things Women Over 40 Need to Know About Money”, Karen Doyle shares financial advice for women in middle life and beyond. The 40 points raised – mine and those of other financial experts – address many essential topics all women should consider as they plan for their future. Check out the full article below.
September is national Self Improvement Month. Why not start with setting goals and getting your finances in order? Nancy Doyle was a guest on Elizabeth Embry’s Women Investing Network (WIN) podcast. Many topics were discussed that will help all of us take control of our financial lives. The segment begins at 7:30. Women Investing Network (WIN)
On August 1st, Nancy Doyle was a guest on WGN Radio Wintrust Business Lunch. The topic was how millennials can save a million dollars. It is important to start early and be consistent. Save and invest every year. You also must be disciplined. Once you invest that money, you cannot touch it. Last, use reasonable assumptions for annual investment returns, or what you expect to earn on your money every year. Note – the segment begins at 23:45. WGN Radio Wintrust Business Lunch
Manage Your Financial Life was reviewed by Niecyisms & Nestlings where the reviewer, Murray Wong noted that “Manage Your Financial Life is a comprehensive, yet basic approach for women, and of course, men to utilize as a framework for building their financial profiles.” The review is light and incredibly entertaining. Check out the full review below.
Angela Addington featured Manage Your Financial Life on her popular blog, Mom-Spot.com. In her favorable review, she notes that the book presents a step-by-step plan in a user-friendly, conversational manner. Check out the full review below. Manage Your Financial Life It is time to take control of your financial life. In Manage Your Financial Life: A Thoughtful, Organized Approach for Women, Nancy Doyle offers an objective and straightforward perspective based on a wealth of professional and personal experience. She shares a practical and easy-to-understand system for getting organized, analyzing your financial profile, educating yourself about investing, and putting your money to work. Whether you’re going through a transition–parenthood, homeownership, new career path, divorce, widowhood–or simply want a better understanding of how to manage your financial affairs, you will regard Manage Your Financial Life as invaluable –and you will find yourself coming back to it again and again. Let’s get started! Why we LOVE this book:…
WBBM’s Noon Business Hour for 7/12/2017 On July 12th, Nancy Doyle was a guest on WBBM Newsradio Noon Business Hour. The topic was important retirement milestones. Take advantage of catch-up provisions starting at age 50 that allow you to put away even more money for retirement. For 401(k) and 403(b) plans, those over 50 can save an extra $6,000 for retirement, or up to $24,000. For IRA and Roth IRAs, the catch-up provision is $1,000 on top of the $5,500 you can put away each year. At what age you start collecting social security has a big impact on the size of the payments for both you and a spouse that may survive you. Keep these milestones in mind as you plan for the future. Note – the segment begins at 19:55.
We should think about life expectancy when it comes to retirement planning. As you plan for retirement, consider that it might last a few decades. Make sure you have enough saved to live comfortably. Many are continuing to work in retirement to generate extra income. The Kansas City Star
The New York Post quoted me in a thoughtful post “The one thing you absolutely must do before you die.” To manage your financial life, being organized is essential. You should also provide account access to a trusted person in the event of an emergency. Getting your financial house in order is not only important for you and your peace of mind, but also for your loved ones. Check out the full article here.
US News recently quoted me in a post that helps Millennials rethink their approach to retirement planning. For Millennial’s, retirement can seem a long way off. It is never too early to start planning. The idea of saving $1 million for retirement can seem like a lofty goal, but it is attainable if you are disciplined. It is also important to use realistic assumptions for returns and keep fees low. See full post below.