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Veronica Dagher is an award-winning senior wealth management reporter for The Wall Street Journal. She’s the co-creator, host, and co-producer of the top-rated podcast The Wall Street Journal’s Secrets of Wealthy Women where she’s interviewed some of the most well-known women in the world like Gloria Steinem, Bobbi Brown, and Rebecca Minkoff.
She co-produces and hosts videos for WSJ.com and is a regular guest on the Fox Business Network and other national media where she speaks about women, personal finance, markets, and the economy. She is a frequent panel moderator and MC across the U.S. and is currently working on her first book, but she took a break from all of that to talk with us about wealth, women, and all of the ways a woman like you should identify as capable and worthy of wealth!
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On this week’s episode:
Secrets of Wealthy Women with Veronica Dagher and notable guests including Bethenny Frankel, Gloria Steinem and Laura Wasser.
Moving Beyond Divorce with Laura Wasser and how the topic of divorce relates to personal wealth.
How the discourse surrounding women and money is changing over time. Women and Finance.
Worthy’s Divorce Financial Study – the first of its kind in that it was a large-scale study which focused specifically on women’s finances throughout the divorce process.
Financially vulnerable positions women find themselves in post-divorce.
Financial literacy gap between men and women, particularly as it pertains to long-term financial planning.
Money-related fears women have living on one income, including the cost of divorce, reentering the workforce and managing their finances alone.
20% of divorced women (in the Worthy survey) relinquished all responsibility for managing the couple’s long-term finances.
72% of divorced women (in the Worthy survey) said that saving for their retirement was not a main concern.
What the main financial concerns for women after divorce are.
What women should keep in mind about their money following a divorce.
The expansion of the Secrets of Wealthy Women franchise.
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