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Manage Your Financial Life Recommended for Those Approaching Retirement

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

Guest Appearance on WGN Radio

Nancy Doyle’s guest appearance on WGN Radio The new year is the perfect time to organize your finances. Nancy Doyle was a guest of Steve Bertrand on the Wintrust Business Lunch. She recommends starting 2017 with a financial spring cleaning. It is also a great time to prepare an in case of emergency (ICE) file and plan. Listen in beginning at 22:36. See link below: WGN Radio Wintrust Business Lunch

Nancy Doyle is quoted in US NEWS article on Emergency Funds

Nancy Doyle is quoted in US NEWS Investing your money starts with establishing your savings goals. Revisiting your savings goals is a great resolution for 2017. Prioritize your savings goals based on the different time horizons — near-term, long-term, and intermediate-term.  Establishing an emergency fund should be a top near-term goal. Carlson, Debbie: Carlson, Debbie: “How to Build an Emergency Fund” US NEWS See link below: US News How to Build an Emergency Fund

Manage Your Financial Life receives a five-star review from IndieReader and named to Best Self-Published Books of 2016

Manage Your Financial Life – A Thoughtful, Organized Approach for Women received a five-star review from IndieReader and was named to the Best Self-Published Books of 2016 “Doyle vigorously urges an organized and meticulously-planned investment strategy, and does not fail to lead by example. Her chapters are well-structured and organized themselves, and lead the reader logically through the investment process.” —IndieReader For the full review and list, see links below: IndieReader Five Star Review IndieReader Best Self-Published Books of 2016

Guest column in the Daily Herald Business Ledger

Nancy Doyle’s guest column in the Daily Herald Business Ledger Increasingly, individuals are taking a more hands on, engaged approach to philanthropy. Some refer to it as venture philanthropy, due to its similarity to venture capital. Venture philanthropists regard donations as investments. Rather than support general funding for a large charitable organization, venture philanthropists are more likely to become engaged in a specific fundraising initiative that is meaningful to them. At the same time, they expect the organization to achieve results. Doyle, Nancy: “Practicing Venture Philanthropy” Daily Herald Business Ledger See link below: Daily Herald Business Ledger

Release of Manage Your Financial Life

PR Newswire announcing the release of Manage Your Financial Life – A Thoughtful, Organized Approach for Women The new book, Manage Your Financial Life – A Thoughtful, Organized Approach for Women, provides a comprehensive, objective, and easy-to-understand approach for women to take control of their financial lives. Nancy Doyle shares a four-step process based on her 30 years in the finance and investing world, as well as her own personal experiences: Get Organized Analyze Your Financial Profile Educate Yourself About Investing Invest Your Money See link below: PR Newswire

Manage Your Financial Life receives a five-star review from Foreword Clarion

Manage Your Financial Life – A Thoughtful, Organized Approach for Women receives a five-star review from Foreword Clarion Reviews “Doyle has done a masterful job of incorporating basic financial concepts into a step-by-step plan for personal financial management…This is a finely organized, extremely well-written guide that any consumer should be able to put to great use.” —Foreword Clarion Reviews For full review, see link below: Foreword Clarion Reviews

Nancy Doyle is quoted in US NEWS

Nancy Doyle is quoted in US NEWS For people who are interested in a charity, the more transparent organizations are on their websites, the better. Once donors find an organization that aligns with their passion, they need to look at the charity’s financial health, commitment to be accountable and transparent and look to see if the results of the charity’s work brings about the changes they’re hoping to accomplish. Carlson, Debbie: “How to Support Online Charities on Giving Tuesday and All Year Long” US NEWS See link below: US NEWS

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