A financial advisor and advocate, Megan empowers others to work toward their financial goals. Megan brings over 8 years of experience in financial services.
An avid skier and hiker, Megan enjoys exploring the great outdoors of New England with her family. A native of Salem, Mass., she has an affinity for home improvement projects and a very understanding husband.
The pandemic has been a wake-up call for many to reevaluate their finances, according to a recent Life Happens survey. And for women, especially working mothers—the pandemic has delivered an extra punch of career stress.
You work hard. So, make it easy on yourself to save money. Work, bills, balancing family and friends: you probably have a lot going on. And figuring out how to save money can be hard. So, start small. The important thing is to just get into the habit of saving now. (more…)
Did you know that women influence 83% of consumer spending1 in the U.S.? Yet, when it comes to talking about money, 61% of us would rather talk about death?2 Say, what? Why the taboo? The sooner you lean into your finances the better. Here are 10 questions to help you get started. (more…)
Let’s talk about that for a moment. In our fast paced digital world we live in, when did our devices start ruling our lives? Do we truly value electronics more than ourselves? As I shopped around for a new mobile phone, I had to ask myself this question. (more…)