#34 - Did you know that 59% of millennial women still defer their long-term financial decisions to their male partners?
This is a statistic we want to change.
In this episode, join Jeremy Keil and Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, a wealth psychology expert, author, and the founder of KBK Wealth Connection. They discuss ways women can become empowered to communicate more effectively about money and finance so they can take control of their financial picture.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- What the phrase “breaking money silence” truly means and why it’s so significant
- Steps women can take to embrace their financial power
- Ways to encourage your partner to get more involved in your financial decisions
- How to find an advisor that is willing to work on the couple relationship and empower the non-financial spouse
- And more!
Tune in now to learn how you can bust through the money-talk taboo and become a Breaking Money Silence® revolutionary!
- Kathleen Burns Kingsbury
- KBK Wealth Connection
- Breaking Money Silence
- Breaking Money Silence On Negotiating Course
- Barron’s Article: How Women Can Take Control of Their Financial Lives
- Keil Financial Partners
- 3 Keys You Should Know Before Choosing a Financial Advisor
- 6 Questions Retirees Aren’t Asking But Should Be
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