Cents of Self

Empowering Women to Take Control of Their Financial Future

At Savant, we have a diverse team who are committed to empowering women. We recognize that while the basics of money management have nothing to do with gender, women often have different financial challenges and unique financial planning needs. They tend to live longer, save less, invest more conservatively, and take breaks from the workplace to care for others.

Although more women manage their household’s finances in addition to serving as influential leaders in business and the community, we still see the detrimental effects of financial illiteracy on women in the world every day.

Cents of Self is a vibrant and supportive community of women who support each other as they walk further along the path to financial literacy.

For more information about the Cents of Self community or its related events, contact us.

Past Commentary & Articles

Cents of Self
November 13, 2023
Answer the question Do I have enough?

What does having enough mean to you? Let’s examine some possible meanings and how you may want to explore all aspects of having enough. Though it can mean something different to everyone, the question is worth exploring.

Cents of Self
October 31, 2023

If you’re engaged and both fully maximize contributions to your Health Savings Account (HSA), beware if one or both of you are on a family health plan and contributing at the higher family contribution level. You’ll likely need to adjust future contributions to avoid penalties.

Cents of Self
October 25, 2023

As we age, it’s natural to consider ways to adapt our home so we can stay in it longer. But how do you ensure that your home aligns with your evolving needs while maintaining its aesthetic appeal? We spoke with a senior partner at KGA Studio Architects in Denver, CO, a nationally recognized architectural studio that specializes in residential design.

Cents of Self
September 18, 2023

Most people walk away from divorce with a combination of investments, debt, maintenance, and child support. Perhaps you’ve questioned how they work together to create a stream of income to support yourself and your children. Learn more about the three areas that are particularly important for newly divorced moms to address.