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Women, Work, and Financial Security

 

Women Business Owners

 

Financial Education Resources

  • InvestopediaServes as a resource for investors, consumers, financial professionals, and students who seek guidance or information on various topics.
  • Insurance EducationFeatures objective information on wide range of insurance types, as well as tools, educational publications, FAQs, news and other information.
  • JumpStart Coalition for Financial Literacy Works to advance financial literacy of preschool through college-age youth through public advocacy, site includes resources and tools.
  • Let’s Make a Plan – Timely and insightful articles covering important financial planning topics focused on consumer interests.
  • National Endowment for Financial Education –  Nonprofit foundation dedicated to empowered financial decision-making for individuals and families.
  • U.S. Financial Literacy and Education CommissionProvides links to U.S. Government financial education resources on a wide range of topics.

Our mission is to provide trustworthy, comprehensive, and competent financial planning education for women that inspires sound decision-making, purposeful action, and philanthropy.

Financial, Tax and Legal Advisors

Competent, trustworthy advice can be hard to find. There are hundreds of financial, tax and legal professional designations. This “alphabet soup” is confusing and frequently misleading. We strongly recommend researching all advisors you are considering or who are already working with you.

 

Financial Planners

  • Certified Financial Planner® (CFP®) Board of StandardsSearch for individuals who currently hold CFP® certification and reports on those who have been publicly disciplined by the Board.

CFP® professionals (and most other financial advisors) are also licensed and regulated by one or more of the following agencies. Be sure to check advisors for disciplinary actions through these regulatory bodies as well.

Legal and Tax Advisors

  • American Bar Association (ABA) – Attorneys are licensed by state agencies. These agencies report on which lawyers are licensed to practice in their state and if they are in good standing. Check with your state’s Bar Association. The ABA site provides links to each state for consumers to check an attorney’s status.
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) – Certified Public Accountants (CPA) are licensed by state agencies. These agencies report on which CPAs are licensed to practice in their state and if they are in good standing. The AICPA site provides links to each state for consumers to check a CPA’s status.
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