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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
March 28, 2021
financial steps to consider after divorce

After your divorce decree is in hand, there are still several critically important steps you need to take to secure your financial future. Financial advisor Allison Alexander outlines several steps to consider and provides a post-divorce checklist in her recent blog post.

Cents of Self
March 10, 2021
tips for families on utilizing tax credits for working families

When you are a working parent, gathering documents for your tax return is just one more thing to do in your busy life. Financial advisor Nicholas De Jong provides a few practical tips and ideas to help you along the way.

Cents of Self
December 17, 2020
adding money management to your New Year’s resolution list.

Self-care has been a popular topic in 2020. Have you thought about adding money management to your weekly regimen? With 2021 on the horizon, consider adding it to your New Year’s resolution list.

Cents of Self
November 24, 2020
Gifting Money to Family

As the pandemic continues, more retirees may feel compelled to help family members who find themselves in a difficult financial situation this year. Before you write a check, take a moment to think about four important considerations.