Welcome to Women Who Money!
This site was created to provide trustworthy personal finance information for women. Whether you are just learning the basics of personal finance or you’re further along in building a financial empire, we’ve got something for you. We want to help you:
- make career decisions
- improve your family’s financial situation
- understand investing
- increase your income
- start your own business
- achieve a secure retirement
You’ll find quality money-related articles at various levels –100-level (novice), 200-level (intermediate), and 300-level (advanced) – to educate, motivate, and guide you along your financial journey.
We’re working hard to answer your money questions! And we’ll do the research and work to verify as much information as possible, so you don’t have to spend hours searching online.
You won’t want to miss the ‘Women who Money’ Interview series. These incredible ladies have conquered debt, went back to school, raised families as single parents, grown their income to six-figures, and left their full-time jobs to become entrepreneurs. They have inspiring stories!
The co-founders of Women Who Money are Amy Blacklock from Life Zemplified and Vicki Cook, from Make Smarter Decisions. Vicki and Amy connected initially online and eventually met in person at a financial conference in the fall of 2017.
They’ve both reached financial independence and left full-time work to devote more time to family, pursue passion projects and fun opportunities. They enjoy collaborating on original content and sharing great articles written by and for women.
Many other smart, innovative, and talented women will also be contributors to Women Who Money. You can learn more about these ladies and check out their websites by visiting our team page. You’ll quickly discover their dedication to improving the financial lives of ALL women.
The Women Who Money team and their contributors offer a wide variety of experience. They are mothers, daughters, sisters, grandmothers, step-moms, aunts, and friends. Some are students, others work, a few stay at home with children, and some have their own businesses. Some of these women grew up in poverty, and some come from wealth. Others describe their upbringing as middle-class.
From our Millennial writers to our Baby Boomer authors, and including our Gen X co-founders, there’s a good chance you’ll find things in common with us!
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