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Women & Wealth
Sarah Bull discusses gender equality in the world of money and how, while change is still necessary, it should not blind us to the reality that change is taking place.
Of all our financial affairs, planning for when we are not around is probably the most tempting one to put off. But it is also one of the most important. Setting aside a day or two every spring to do a “clean-up” of your estate planning documents will ensure they accurately reflect your goals.
Love is always better the second time around, as the old song goes. Yet the reality is that new relationships later in life can be fraught with peril, especially from a financial perspective.
Published by Sarah Bull, Partner and Portfolio Manager at KJ Harrison Investors. While divorce isn’t easy for anyone, it can be particularly complex for wealthy families.
Divorce hurts. And it can be hardest on those who experience it later in life. Sarah Bull, Partner & Portfolio Manager, speaks to Advisor.ca about supporting clients through late-life divorce.
Published by Sarah Bull, Partner and Portfolio Manager at KJ Harrison Investors - The drive towards gender equality in business is far from finished but growth in female entrepreneurship is strong.
No one goes into a relationship planning for it to end. But in many ways, the stakes are higher the second (or third) time around.
Investing is not a gender-based activity but women do approach wealth differently. Leading up to International Women’s Day, Sarah Bull, Partner & Portfolio Manager at KJ Harrison, talks about how she supports her women clients […]
Sarah Bull’s Women Impact Network is getting together to learn about issues and collectively pool resources to make a greater impact.
Not enough of us give our finances as much attention as we give our health. Yet, your financial wellbeing requires the same regular attention, particularly when it comes to preparing for life’s detours. Let’s call them the three Ds – death, divorce and disability.