Especially For Women
Today, nearly 40% of women ages 25 to 34 have a bachelor’s degree or higher. And women are more likely than men to complete college and attend graduate school.1 This may help explain why more and more women are taking charge of their personal finances and planning for the future.
At Eisenstein Financial, many of our clients are independent, educated women who want to collaborate with a financial advisor regarding retirement strategies, estate planning, risk management and taxes. Oftentimes, these clients have a more complete view of their family dynamics and are more in-tune with household financial needs than anyone else. Their intuition offers valuable insight when it comes to building customized long-term financial plans, as well as estate and legacy plans.
Because we value our clients’ contributions to the planning process, we work hard to encourage a free and easy exchange of ideas, questions and concerns. An atmosphere of open communication makes our office a place where we can connect with those who have placed their trust in us.
If you’re looking for a financial partner who will work with you to develop a strategy uniquely suited to your needs and goals, please call us today. We are happy to help.
- U.S. News & World Report, October 31, 2014