Financial Advice & Planning for

Women have a unique path. They typically live longer than men and their working lives are more likely to be interrupted by family demands.  They’re educated, successful and earning more than ever before, but with all their responsibilities planning for a financial future is usually put on the back burner. Women are different from men- it’s time their financial advice was different too.

Our mission is to help you understand, build, and grow your investments. Working together, we can create a plan that tackles your greatest fears and works toward your continued success. More than half our staff are women, and many offer significant experience in financial services and planning. That means your unique perspective will not fall on deaf ears. Give us a call and see what we can do to help.

Tax Planning

Women play a big role in today’s workforce.  Make sure you’re optimizing your tax planning strategies.

Risk Managment

Studies show women are inherently better investors than men.  We tend to be less risky than men and are more likely to ask for help when we need it.

Retirement Planning

Women have many demands for their time- let us take one thing off your plate.  Let us be your partner in retirement planning.

Common Financial Questions from Women

  • What happens if my income dies before me?

  • Can I afford to keep my house following a divorce?

  • How can I avoid burdening my children if I get sick?

  • Can I afford to help my aging parents?

  • How can I be sure my family is taken care of if something happens to me?

Financial Advice for

Ladies, Use These Tips to Give Your Financial Confidence a Boost

I recently came across an article titled, “Warren Buffet invests like a girl.” As a female financial advisor, I wasn’t sure if that was a compliment or jab. Reading deeper into the article- they explain women, like men bring some gender-linked qualities to investing that can actually help. Women tend to do their research, invest calmly, and exercise patience. These are all great attributes to sticking to a long term plan.
Role of a Fiduciary
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The Role of a Fiduciary - Putting Your Interests First

As many of you have undoubtedly heard, regulatory changes are coming to the finance industry pertaining to “fiduciary standards” and the obligations we have as financial professionals with respect to retirement accounts. Let me be clear: we embrace these changes as we serve as a fiduciary for your money in advisory relationships, just as I believe we always have.
Challenges Facing Women Investors

The Biggest Challenges Facing Women Investors

As a female advisor for 31 years now, I have experienced first-hand the unique challenges facing these women which often center around three important areas: their parents, their children, and themselves.
Preparing Heirs

Are your Heirs Prepared for Their Inheritance?

We believe there are many important areas an estate plan does not cover. It boils down to one simple question: Your estate plan is in place, but are your heirs prepared?
Preparing Heirs

New Service: Preparing Heirs

Families, with the prudent guidance of professional advisors, typically do a very good job at preparing the assets to transfer to the heirs through the pre-transition planning processes of estate and tax planning, investment management, and philanthropy. But what is lacking is preparing the heirs to receive and manage the assets – the missing link in estate planning.
Financial Advice for Newlyweds
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Press Release: Sybil Praski Among Financial Advisors Attending Barron's Top Women Advisors Summit

Exclusive Conference Hosts Gathering of Nation’s Pre-eminent Financial Advisors and Industry Decision Makers PALM BEACH — Sybil Praski of Prosperion Financial Advisors attended the seventh-annual Barron’s Top Women Advisors Summit,…
Advice for Empty Nesters

My Advice for New Empty Nesters

Empty nesters respond to this life change in a few different ways, many of which we see in our office first hand. Many parents, especially mothers, become depressed, sad or lonely.
New Baby Checklist

The New Baby Financial Checklist Congratulations, you are expecting an addition to your family! I have just one word for you – Ka-ching! Babies are expensive – we had 4 of them so I know this first hand. Here are some must-do…
Financial Advice for Newlyweds

Financial Tips for Newlyweds As another summer wedding season comes to a close, many new couples will, for the first time, learn financial responsibility for two. So whether you’re a young couple tying the knot or you found…
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