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hubphotoYour career and personal success motivates us.  It brings us joy to find out our clients are receiving job promotions, changing careers, moving into consulting and getting closer to a quality of life career change that ends the route to career burnout. For this reason, we are excited to bring you new relevant articles authored by Anita Bruzzese, a leading journalist and author providing advice to working women and men to help them get ahead in their careers. By bringing some of the latest information on how to navigate your career, we hope you will think of us too when your next job change is here; and you are wondering what to do with your 401k, ESPP, RSUs, and other matters relating to your finances. I firmly believe, the stronger your finances are, the more career risk you can take. When your financial foundation is solid and not completely dependent on your employer, it won’t come tumbling down when you face change at work.


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LIVE WEBINAR: Are We There Yet? Build Your Financial Roadmap

Do you feel like the child in the backseat wondering when you are going to get there?
TechGirl Financial is hosting a LIVE Webinar on Thursday, October 25th at 11am/Pacific to illustrate how we are using financial technology to help individuals and families organize and model their personal roadmap. 
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What to Consider Before Job Hopping

By Anita Bruzzese

Author of 45 Things You do that Drive Your Boss Crazy and Take This Job and Thrive

 

Women have been told to “lean in” and to “step up” and ask for they want at work, especially when it comes to pay. But the reality is that many women ending up choosing a different path when it comes to getting what they want in their career, they “job hop”.

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Are Millennial Women Saving Enough for Retirement?

The available data is more encouraging than discouraging.

Provided by TechGirl Financial

Women 35 and younger are often hard-pressed to save money. Student loans may be outstanding; young children may need to be clothed, fed, and cared for; and rent or home loan payments may need to be made. With all of these very real concerns, are they saving for retirement?

 

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Do Our Attitudes About Money Help or Hurt Us?

We may need to change them to better our financial prospects.

Provided by TechGirl Financial

 

 

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