Don’t miss a BRAND NEW episode of The Women’s Eye podcast with Catherine Anaya as I talk with Catherine Scrivano, President of CASCO Financial Group in Phoenix, Arizona. Catherine is also a regular contributor to The Women’s Eye podcast. In this episode, Catherine joins me to discuss myths about women and money.
Specifically, she breaks down the results of a new study by Zuma Wealth that show just how differently women approach money than men.
“Many women in the study had very high levels of education and great success in their careers. But the vast majority described low confidence in their ability to manage money and that really amazed me,” says Catherine Scrivano.
Catherine Scrivano will share some of the surprises, why shattering these myths about women and money is important for their financial health, and discusses important trends the study uncovered.
Plus, she’ll walk us through and explain the four common life circumstances she believes influence the attitudes, motivation and concerns women have when it comes to money:
1. Divorce or widowhood–There is huge vulnerability for those who are taking responsibility for everything.
2. Couples in unmarried or long term partnerships–Certain things are afforded legally to married couples that are not to the unmarried or partners.
3. Primary earners–More and more females are becoming the primary earner but are not in position to be the decision maker. Both partners in the relationship need to know where all the dollars are.
4. New entrepreneurs–Women are starting businesses at a higher rate than men. Businesses are not children and need to be nurtured differently.
you don’t have to be wealthy to be wise.
Don’t miss Catherine’s timely financial advice on the next episode of The Women’s Eye podcast.
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Facebook: Casco Financial Group
Twitter: Casco Financial
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