Savant Wealth Management

Cents of Self

Empowering Women to Take Control of Their Financial Future

At Savant, we have a diverse team who are committed to empowering women. We recognize that while the basics of money management have nothing to do with gender, women often have different financial challenges and unique financial planning needs. They tend to live longer, save less, invest more conservatively, and take breaks from the workplace to care for others.

Although more women manage their household’s finances in addition to serving as influential leaders in business and the community, we still see the detrimental effects of financial illiteracy on women in the world every day.

Cents of Self is a vibrant and supportive community of women who support each other as they walk further along the path to financial literacy.

For more information about the Cents of Self community or its related events, contact us.

Past Commentary & Articles

Cents of Self
May 2, 2022

While everyone’s personal financial situation is different, it is possible for single mothers to overcome the additional obstacles they face and build generational wealth. We present five strategies that can help single mothers pursue financial independence.

Cents of Self
April 6, 2022

Living your best life as a single person does require some special considerations when it comes to finances. Without a partner to rely on, it’s important to have your assets and your safety net to mitigate risk and give yourself peace of mind.

Cents of Self
March 29, 2022

A second (or third) marriage isn’t just a new chance at love – it’s an excellent opportunity to review and refresh your financial situation. Having open conversations about your financial status upfront can clarify expectations and reduce any outstanding questions in the future.

Cents of Self
February 9, 2022

Chances are many couples will celebrate Valentine’s Day this weekend. What will your Valentine’s Day look like? Maybe you’ll take off on a weekend getaway or opt for a fancy dinner out. But what if you and your partner have different ideas about money and how to spend it?