It’s time for some financial confidence. A 2012 Prudential study showed women are much less confident then their male counterparts when it comes to financial decisions even though the majority of the women surveyed were the primary breadwinner. Being the primary breadwinner means women have to budget, have to save for retirement, have to plan for college, and more.
In the past year I’ve had to become more financially fit. I learned so much when I had to buy my apartment, refinance the mortgage, hire a real estate attorney, and choose a bank–all things I’d never faced before.
There’s no better time to start planning for your long-term financial health than now. Join MOMentumNation and Go Girl Finance, along our with financial expert Ornella Grosz on 2/18 for our #FitFuture Twitter party.
When: February 18, 2013
Time: 8:30 p.m. EST
Don’t forget to RSVP with your Twitter handle to be eligible for prizes (see the Linky below!). You must be following all the hosts and be present (and tweeting!) for the party in order to qualify for prizes. Winners will be picked at random using random.org and will be announced during the party. You will receive a direct message requesting your contact and mailing information.
About Ornella Grosz
Ornella Grosz has emerged as the optimistic financial voice during a turbulent and uncertain economy. She is a CFEd® Certified Financial Educator, keynote speaker, author, and financial expert. Her money advice can be found on various media outlets. Using her vibrant and conversational style of communication, her message resonates using a mix of cultural wit, humor, financial fundamentals — and a healthy dose of “splurge to save.” She empowers Generation Y, women, workplace employees, and beyond to take control of their personal finances. Her book, Moneylicious: A Financial Clue for Generation Y, is a required reading for a finance class at California State University of Northridge. Check out Ornella’s website; her blog, Moneylicious; her Twitter; and her Facebook.
Click here to go to Go Girl Finance for the Linky.