Marjorie Fox - Women Wise
We're all counting down the days until we can retire. Vacations and new hobbies, maybe a new car is also somewhere down the line. But within our excitement, we forget about the small yet very important details that comes with retirement.
That's why The Country Bookshop is bringing Marjorie Fox to talk about her new book, Women Wise, and to help women prepare for the big transition and the challenges they might face.
The event will be held at The Country Bookshop on Thursday, January 12th at 10am.
Registration is required on ticketmesandhills.com due to limited space.
When it comes to retirement, women often face challenges that are unique to their gender—from living longer, to a higher likelihood of being single, to lower financial literacy, to fewer resources. Eleanor Blayney and Marjorie L. Fox spent their thirty-year careers in financial planning, helping their clients plan for the future and earning national recognition. Despite their professional success and expertise, when the time came for their own retirements, they felt unprepared in many ways. Realizing the disadvantages women face, Eleanor and Marjorie decided to combine their professional knowledge with their personal experiences to benefit senior women everywhere.
This joint venture became Women Wise, which tackles complex subjects. Medicare, Social Security, investment strategies, estate planning, and other financial topics receive thorough analysis, while emotional topics like elder abuse and making these uncharted years feel meaningful and joyous are treated with compassion and first-hand advice.
Founder and CEO of FJY Financial, LLC, Marjorie L. Fox, JD, CFP(R), retired at the end of 2018 after more than thirty years in the financial planning profession. She was named one of the Twenty Most Influential Women to Watch by InvestmentNews in 2015 and received NAPFA's Robert J. Underwood Award for Distinguished Service in 2018.
Selected in 2015 as a Woman to Watch by InvestmentNews, Eleanor Blayney, is nationally recognized as a pioneer for shaping the practice and ethical standards of the financial planning profession. Throughout her career, Eleanor's particular focus was on the financial planning needs of women, and her 2010 book Women's Worth: Finding Your Financial Confidence was written to address the money concerns of working women and their families
When it comes to retirement advice, one size does not fit all.