Women & Money: The Shit We Don't Talk About!

Women & Money: The Shit We Don't Talk About!

"We will never solve the feminization of power until we solve the masculinity of wealth." - Gloria Steinem. On this podcast, we're going to call out those ways that women are consistently left behind financially. But most importantly, how women can help themselves. Join hosts Barbara Provost & Maggie Nielsen as they help you navigate the ins and outs of financial independence so that you can be financially fearless. They'll connect you with helpful resources and compelling stories from women all across the country. Whether it's buying a house, preparing for retirement, dealing with divorce, there won't be a single question off the table. Maggie is a partner and Barbara is the founder of Purse Strings, a two-part model that's all about providing women the tools and resources they need to help them learn and understand what they need to know to make good financial decisions. And they help connect women with attorneys, financial planners, realtors, and many other financial professionals who have the expertise and desire to serve the female market. Women & Money: The Shit We Don't Talk About can be your place for tools, resources, education and a place to ask the important questions on your mind (or even better, the - you know - you aren't talking about). Find out more about Purse Strings by visiting https://pursestrings.co/ and we can't wait to connect with you on the podcast!

Episodes

January 26, 2023 22 min

Legacy planning might be one of the most overlooked aspects of securing your family’s future and the stats back that up. Only 33% of US adults have estate planning documents in place, and while there might be many reasons why it gets put off, we want to try and change that. 

That’s why we’ve invited Ladies in Law onto the show. Jazzy Rippy and Ameena Sheikh are the two powerhouse women behind the company, and they are one of our fav...

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A new year means new goals and who doesn’t want to get fit? Today’s guest is a Purse Strings-approved professional and super-smart business coach who will help improve your financial fitness in 2023. 

Tracy Bissett is the Chief Financial Fitness Trainer of Bissett Financial Fitness Inc, a full-time professor at Centennial College, and host of the Young Money Podcast. In each of these roles, Tracy educates and empowers individuals an...

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Today’s guest is Linda Lingo. Linda is a financial coach helping women with budgeting, investing, and post-divorce matters. Sometimes when women just don’t know where to start, we often suggest that they start with a financial coach, and you will learn why in this session. Let’s dive in!

We will explore the following and much more: 

  • Why Linda became a financial coach. (3:11)
  • How solopreneurs have been utilizing financial coaches to th...
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    December 8, 2022 21 min

    Today on our podcast, we, the founders of Pursestrings, are going to share some of the overarching tips that could enable you to become financially fearless.

    These tips aren’t about saving or allocating money, but the overall concept of money and what it can do for us. These concepts we discuss could change generations to come. Our mission is to give women the tools and the resources they need to make smart financial decisions. List...

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    Today’s guest is Tracy Coenen, CPA, CFF®, MAFF®. Tracy is a Forensic Accountant, Fraud Investigator, and creator of the Divorce Money Guide. The Divorce Money Guide is an online 10-step handbook for those in the process of divorce who suspect their spouse has misused money.

    In this episode, Tracy shares the intriguing world of Forensic Accounting with us, from cases she has cracked, to suggestions for those that may need guidance in...

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    Today’s guest is Peggy Haslach, CFP®, CLU®. Peggy focuses on serving the LGBTQIA community through the financial industry.

    In this episode, Peggy shares some of the hurdles she has overcome as a gay woman in this industry, as well as stories from clients she has been able to help. She gives us more insight into this underserved community and shares ways we can meet people where they are at, as needs in the financial industry change.

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    Tax season is around the corner, so today we thought we could try and learn about how we could pay less and save more. Today’s guest is Ronica Brown.

    Ronica Brown, CPA,  and Founder of RBA Tax Advisors helps business owners reduce their taxes each year and increase cash flow. In this episode, you’ll learn tips and tricks for tax season, from choosing the right entity to opportunities for tax-free cash.

    We will explore the following a...

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    Although we know tax planning is about as fun as a mammogram, they are something we have to do every year. Our goal for this episode is to help you glide into tax season with ease. Let’s make sure we are prepped, proactive, and ready to make the most of our taxes.

    In this episode, we have Eric Blake, CFP®, Founder, and Lead Financial Advisor at Blake Wealth Management. Eric may not be a fan of taxes but loves tax planning. Listen al...

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    Student loans are a hot topic as the Student Relief Program is rolling out. Millions of people will be impacted by this decision, but the process is not as simple as you might think.

    Today we have Melissa Cox, CFP ® with us to share her knowledge about student loans. Melissa brings 17 years of financial planning experience to her clients and takes a holistic approach to her planning practice, encompassing all aspects of the family’s...

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    On today’s show, our guests are Nick and Dan Stelmach, founders of the ChangED app. Nick and Dan pitched their app on Shark Tank and landed a deal with Mark Cuban. ChangED Focuses on educating people with student loans and making their repayment process effective and pain-free.

    Nick and Dan teach the different ways ChangED helps people save money and take control of their debt, including an option for friends, family, or anyone real...

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    On today’s show, our guest is Dina Mabry with BGA Premier Insurance. She is the queen of all things life insurance for stay-at-home moms. Many homemakers underestimate the necessity of life insurance when the reality is, it couldn’t be more important!

    Dina sheds light on the true value of being a homemaker and the many jobs it entails. You may be surprised to learn the value insurance providers place on homemakers and how the missed...

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    On today’s show, our guest is Stephanie McCullough the founder and financial planner with Sophia Financial. She has been named one of the top advisors on Investopedia for the second year in a row and today we’re going to focus on stay at homes moms. Just because your household has one financial earner, doesn’t mean you do not get input in the financial decisions. 

    Through twenty-five years of experience, Stephanie has encountered wo...

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    On today’s episode, Michelle Lawless, an experienced litigator in the field of family law joins us to explain how she is helping women through divorce. She enjoys helping people navigate divorce outside of the courtroom, giving them a customized approach to divorce, and finding an agreement between parties in this tough situation. 

    With every consultation, Michelle breaks down the issues people will face through a divorce legally an...

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    Joining us today is Lora Georgieva, one of our certified Purse Strings professionals. As a college planning professional and the founder of Destination College, Lora knows firsthand the ways women are impacted by financial barriers. She will share her harrowing divorce experience, the lessons she learned (financial and otherwise), and much more on today’s show. 

    Lora immigrated to the United States in 2003, with the ambition to prov...

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    80% of women leave their financial advisor if they become widowed. Why is this? For many women, the industry is not a welcoming place. On today’s episode, our guest, Robyn Crane, will be discussing why we need to have more women in the financial service industry and the importance of women in this field. Robyn is a highly recognized business growth expert and speaker, training women to make impacts in their professions. 

    Robyn was a...

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    Socially responsible investing gives women the choices and power to put their money where they want to, in a way that works for them. On today’s episode, Beth Wahlig one of our resident experts joins us to break down this topic and how women can impact the world through responsible investing. 

    ESG (Environmental - Social - Governance) investing is a way to measure the sustainable goals put into place by the U.N. and invest in places...

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    As we’ve discussed before, women often take on the role of caregiver, which can get even more complex when caring for special needs children and aging parents. On today’s episode, a special guest from the Provost family, Adrienne Provost, joins us to share her experience as a caregiver and some of the knowledge she's learned throughout her journey. 

    The financial, emotional, and physical aspects of caring for a special needs chi...

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    In our society, the role of caretaker is often taken on by women. From elderly parents to raising children, most of the time it’s the women taking on the bulk of this responsibility and with this responsibility comes a lot of financial and legal knowledge we need to be aware of. 

    On today’s episode, Cathy Sikorski, a former attorney, and current financial and legal educator joins us to discuss some tough issues with the right amount...

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    Running a business is hard work, but more and more women are entering the entrepreneurship space while also balancing their family and personal lives. On today’s episode, Kimberly Lewis, co-founder of CurlMix joins us to discuss her business journey, her experience on Shark Tank, and the future vision she has for her growing business. 

    Kimberly pivoted CurlMix while 7 months pregnant by focusing on one amazing product that helps wom...

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    Women are starting more businesses today than ever before. While running your own company is rewarding it can also be a lot of hard work, having a connected network of professionals that understand the unique struggles you face as CEO and as a woman is essential.

    On today’s episode, Violette de Ayala the founder and CEO of Femcity joins us to discuss her entrepreneurial journey and how she is helping female entrepreneurs through com...

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