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“Women have unique financial issues and concerns that they must confront over the course of their lives that differ from men’s. Many of our base truths about money are formed by our upbringing and the people in our lives. We are not born with preconceived notions about money, hence it is within our control to change our mindset, reprogram and secure our financial futures.”

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A Shining Starr

I interview Shana Starr, who is CEO of Bastion Elevate, a PR, Social Media, and Digital Marketing firm.

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Girls Who Build in Pencil Skirts and Pumps

Today’s podcast cannot be missed!  Please tune in to this fascinating interview with Cheryl Osborn, President of CASCO Contractors, who started her business at her …

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A Journey to Remember

An authentic discussion of life choices, pivoting, fear, courage, professional growth, and senior housing’s current market situation

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The Fiscal Feminist Ties the Knot. Now, Meet the Man.

Earlier this week I recorded a special podcast with Mark, my husband of one month! As the Fiscal Feminist, I frequently speak to how our …

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Millennials, Money, Recessions and Planning Strategies – Looking Ahead

Millennials have had to suffer the double whammy of the global financial crisis of 2007-2008, and now the economic repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic.  A …

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A Global Pandemic is a Good Reminder to Stress Test Your Finances on the Regular

Specifically, there are four key pieces of our fiscal puzzle that should be analyzed in a post-mortem evaluation: retirement, budget, investments, and career.

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Attention All Women: Time To Stand Up for Yourself in the Workplace!

Stand up, speak out, stop apologizing, and have a plan at work because nobody else is going to do it for you!  It is time …

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Women, Employment and The Pandemic – Where are we and where do we go from here? Did the stimulus package help inequality or make it worse??

We are all aware that Covid-19 caused unprecedented unemployment for all people due to the shutdown and the economy is struggling to make a comeback.  …

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About the Author
Kimberlee Davis
Managing Director, Partner

Kimberlee specializes in personal wealth advising and oversees financial and retirement planning solutions for high net worth individuals and multi-generational families. She is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® that enables her to analyze and consult on both the short and long-term financial impact of a range of divorce settlements.

Kimberlee has established The Fiscal Feminist, a platform from which she strongly advocates for women through her passion to empower and educate them concerning their finances.​

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