• Free Financial Workshop for Women to be held May 20

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    April 26, 2019

    ***This is a member hosted event***

    Financial Strategies for Women Seminar Coming to Whole Mother Village

     

    WEST ORANGE, NJ –  A free financial strategy workshop for women is being held at Whole Mother Village, a West Orange collaborative space near downtown on May 20 at 7 p.m.  This program is designed for women who are single, married, stay-at-home, employed, and/or business owners.

     

    Women, did you know?

     

    • 42% of women in the U.S. report themselves as the sole or primary breadwinner in their household. 1

    • Women, live on average, five to seven years longer than men. 2

     

    Are you prepared?

     

    Here’s a chance to learn how to take control of your money and your future.  Attend a complimentary educational seminar that addresses the special concern of women and money, along with income opportunity with flexible hours: “Financial Strategies for Today’s Woman”

     

    Register HERE

     

    Speaker: Sara Salazar, Senior Vice President, Primerica Financial Services

     

    Hosted by: Alice Tracy, owner of Whole Mother Village

     

    Sponsored by: Bianca Prieto, 2-Star Diamond Coach, Beachbody

     

    Join a group of incredible women for a night of socializing and learning. Light refreshments will be provided courtesy of the event sponsor.

     

    Monday, May 20th at 7:00 p.m.

    Whole Mother Village

    18 Lindsley Ave, West Orange

     

    This is event is free and open to all women.  Please register in advance HERE

     

    If unable to attend, request an appointment by emailing Sara at sarasalazar.pfs@gmail.com

     

    Whole Mother Village is a collaborative effort of a large group of local professionals with a passion to provide women with support and care, one that is community-based and addresses motherhood and womanhood as "whole".

     

    For questions about registration contact mail@westorangechamber.com or click here.

     

    Sources: 1. americanprogress.com “Breadwinning Mothers are increasingly the U.S. Norm,” December 19, 2016.

    2. asecurelife.com, “Women and Investing Statistics: Why More Women Should Plan for Retirement,” April 7, 2017