2021 Annual Gala Gets Off to a Great Start

2021 Annual Gala Gets Off to a Great Start

by Savvy Ladies member Dawn Drzal The Kick-off Even before I stepped through the sliding glass doors of Lisa Zeiderman’s beautiful Westchester home onto her sunny deck, I could hear animated voices. A group of Savvy Ladies were clustered around the sparkling...
Expense-Sharing Apps for Divorced Parents

Expense-Sharing Apps for Divorced Parents

By Lisa Zeiderman Co-parenting is a challenge. Keeping track of parenting schedules and all the details of children’s lives is complicated, but probably the most difficult aspect day-to-day is splitting children’s expenses. When you add in heightened...
Network Your Way to Your Next Job

Network Your Way to Your Next Job

By Amy Geffen As a professional, whether you work in for-profit or non-profit, you are familiar with networking to build your contacts for partnering, sales, fundraising, and increasing your knowledge of your industry.  As a job seeker,  there are some key...
ZOOM Presentation Tips and Tactics

ZOOM Presentation Tips and Tactics

By Amy Geffen What is Zoom? Zoom is one of a few online presentation and meeting applications that you can use to make presentations, conduct meetings, or train staff.  The key functions include screen sharing, chat, breakout rooms, list of participants, space...

The Health and Monetary Costs of Always Putting Yourself Last

By Carrie Rattle Does this sound like you? You put yourself last behind your kids, your partner, and your parents’ needs. You have a demanding job, manage the home, and try to be a good citizen in your community. Then there’s the money issue – it may...

Extreme Cover Letter Mistakes That May Be Costing You a Job Offer

By: Cindy Makita-Dodd Cover letters are the front page of your resume. Crafting a unique cover letter will serve to not only introduce you to the potential employer but also to help you build your case as a strong candidate for the role. In the online hiring world,...

5 Tips for Surviving Grey Divorce in Retirement

By: Michelle Petrowski Buonincontri, CFP®, CDFA A late-life divorce can wreak havoc on even the most well-thought-out retirement plan. You were happy “once upon a time” and planned a future…. Now you’re 55 and getting a divorce.  Or...

DComply Vs. Venmo for Expense Sharing between Divorced Parents

By: Marco Munoz When we built DComply, we started with focus groups to ensure that we engineered a mobile app that solved a common and difficult problem for divorced co-parents. We overwhelmingly determined the issue was fact-based tracking and accounting of money and...