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Creating a financial emergency plan in response to COVID-19

Balancing and understanding how to be savvy about juggling your money is essential in today’s climate when many businesses may be offering extensions to the monthly payments. Knowing what questions to ask, how to ask and confirming is going to be important and help...

Be Savvy With Your Tax Refund

by Stacy Francis, CFP®, CDFA One of the only positive aspects to tax season is your refund. A new pair of shoes, dress or a vacation are all tempting choices for us to spend our tax return money. While a small splurge is a must, these extra dollars also give you a...

How to Get Started on Saving and Investing

Are you thinking of getting started on saving and investing in 2023? Our Savvy Ladies Helpline Volunteers answer questions from the Dress for Success community on a special Ask the Expert session. Read some of the most frequently asked questions on saving and...

How to Pay Off Credit Card Debt

Overwhelmed by credit card debt? Read the advice from Savvy Ladies founder Stacy Francis, CFP®, CDFA below and create your own roadmap to get out of it! Want to learn more about credit card debt management? Take a free debt management course here! By Stacy Francis,...

Financial Tips for the New Year

The Dress for Success community shared their top financial concerns as we head into 2023. Our Savvy Ladies Helpline Volunteers teamed up to help guide and answer their financial questions in a special Ask the Expert session. Savvy Volunteers Ravi Patel and Ross Krause...

The Current State of the Economy and How to Protect Your Finances

During two recent free Savvy Ladies sessions, volunteers Richard Ibarra, CFP,APMA, CRPC and Keri Lai financial advisor, both from Ameriprise Financial Services LLC, as well as Amy Irvine from The Rooted Planning Group and Michelle McKinnon, Wealth Advisor at Klingman...

Financial Tips if You Plan on Joining the Great Resignation

By Sebastian Francis The Great Resignation, also known as "The Big Quit," is a recent trend of many workers retiring early or simply quitting their jobs to look for new ones. According to a US Labor Department Government report, over 20 million people resigned from...