Finance expert Justine Trueman offers tips to help you figure out where and when you can afford to retire without losing your quality of life.
Talking to kids about money doesn't need to be uncomfortable. Financial coach Yulin Lee offers practical advice to best prepare them for the future.
Avoid financial woes after getting divorced with these helpful tips from Justine Trueman, a specialist on expat women and money issues.
The New Year is the perfect time to try a financial detox – a chance to pare down and learn you can be happy living on less.
Many studies show that women investors actually win out in the investment world when compared to their male counterparts. Should that surprise us?
When you feel poor, do you tend to splash out even more? Follow these simple tips to help you manage your money better and make you feel wealthier.
When you’re young and single that trip to Marrakesh sounds awesome, as do more aggressive mutual funds. Similarly, studies have shown that women take less risk once they have a family or even when they feel their decision will have a big impact on someone else, such as their team at work. Here's some expert advice to help you learn to you feel more comfortable with investing your money, depending on your personal situation.
So, what does your Money Identity have to do with Paris? Well, understanding it will help you enjoy your expat life in Paris to the fullest. If you had to uproot your career to move to Paris, you have probably been wondering, "Now what?" What’s next for me in the City of Lights, money wise? Maybe you are living on your spouse’s income, or your savings, or some temporary jobs, but the point is most likely you are not on your “normal career track” at the moment.
Whether you are a trailing spouse, have a solid income, or you’re starting up a new business, gaining and maintaining financial independence is of paramount importance for all women. Join INSPIRELLE for a unique workshop, led by personal finance coach Yulin Lee, which will empower you with the confidence and basic tools to take control of your own financial life.
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