About Nancy Doyle

Many people want to learn about finance and investing, but they don’t know how or where to start. Nancy Doyle had yet to find a resource that offers comprehensive, objective, and helpful ways to learn how to manage one’s financial life.

Contrary to what you might think, you do not need to have a CPA or MBA to invest your money. Even if you do have a financial background, there are plenty of opportunities to continue learning. The financial world is always evolving, and your financial needs will inevitably change as you age.

Nancy Doyle has a BA in economics and an MBA in finance. In her education and early career, she focused on corporate finance—how companies fund themselves. In the mid-1990s, she decided to pursue a career in the investment industry. Until that point, most of what Nancy had learned about investing was from her parents and my husband.

Nancy Doyle brings an objective and straightforward perspective on managing finances. When it comes to money, she believes that independence and objectivity are crucial. Nancy is an independent consultant, and does not work for nor is partnered with any financial services companies.

Nancy Doyle is not selling financial products, nor is she looking to attract new clients. Nancy has put this education and professional experience into practice in her own life, and is sharing her knowledge and experiences. Like her parents, Nancy regards learning about finance and investments as a lifelong pursuit, and she is always looking for ways to manage her financial life better.

In her book and on this website, Nancy Doyle does not give financial, legal, accounting, or tax advice. Rather, she shares her system for managing her financial life. This system has evolved over the years—as her needs and her life have changed—and works well for her. Some parts of this system may work better for you than others—use only what works for you. Nancy may have certain opinions and will let you know what they are. Sometimes she uses numbers for illustrative purposes only—they do not reflect current market conditions.

Follow Nancy Doyle on Twitter at @nancyfinance and on Instagram. Please feel free ask questions and provide feedback. Nancy always welcomes them.

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