In the fifth and final episode of Fair Shares, a podcast from the Washington Post Creative Group and MassMutual about helping smart women plan for a better financial future, host Bola Sokunbi – a financial education instructor and CEO of Clever Girl Finance – joins the two business owners in taking responsibility. for his financial destiny.
Donna identifies as a self-employed, lifelong entrepreneur. Ever since she grew up in a low-income family, she and her husband have owned a number of small businesses and are currently a wellness coach. Jaclynn left her full-time job five years ago to start her own accounting business. Although she feels “good with numbers,” Jaclynn has spent many years figuring out how to manage her wealth. To make it easier for both of them to be optimistic about their future, Sokunbi guides them through short-term goals such as emergency savings and working with a tax accountant, as well as long-term investment opportunities.
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