Many career-oriented women struggle to manage their finances and simultaneously raise a family. This balancing act can be overwhelming at times, and it’s something that Ellen Jordan, CFP, Senior Vice President and Women’s Wealth Advisor at Bryn Mawr Trust, helps her clients navigate.
Ellen works with many highly motivated women seeking to take charge of their financial affairs. She often finds that the key to helping female executives is instituting a process that will help them work toward their goals and become more familiar with their family’s financial health.
She recently wrote an article for MarketWatch to explain how female breadwinners can overcome these challenges and better manage their wealth. If you don’t have time to check out the whole column, here’s a quick overview of Ellen’s five tips for female breadwinners:
- Familiarize yourself with all family financial matters
- Put your needs first
- Step outside of your comfort zone
- Focus on improving your financial knowledge
- Don’t be afraid to seek help from a professional
To read the full article, you may access MarketWatch’s website here.