Make This Your Year of Financial Adulting

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You might think a financial adult is someone who knows everything about money and never makes mistakes. That’s not the case. I am always learning and still make mistakes all the time. A financial adult is someone who takes small consistent action in their money lives that leads to big results. They understand what’s happening with their money and feel confident in their plans. They make mistakes from time to time but they learn and grow from those mistakes. And most importantly, financial adults understand the critical context of equity and personal finance. They are aware of the systemic issues with our financial world and use the privilege they have to close the wealth gaps and/or understand that they may be starting at a disadvantage due to historic and systemic oppression.

Who this is best for: This session is best for anyone who wants to level up (or even begin) their financial adulting journey.

Goals of the session: Participants will leave the session with five actionable steps that will improve multiple areas of their financial well-being.
Ashley Feinstein Gerstley

Key Takeaways

  • Walk away with 5 financial adulting action steps in core personal finance areas like budgeting, investing, retirement, and credit scores
  • Learn how to be your own money coach to make progress towards your financial goals exponential
  • Know how to implement systems and habits that will maintain your progress throughout the year
  • Have a better understanding of the link between equity and money and the impact financial systems have on our financial well-being
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About Ashley Feinstein Gerstley

Ashley Feinstein Gerstley is the author of Financial Adulting, a guide that breaks down everything you need to be a financially confident and conscious adult. She is also a money coach, author of The 30-Day Money Cleanse, and the Founder of the Fiscal Femme, a money platform on a mission to end inequality through financial well-being.

As a trusted money expert, she has appeared on or been quoted in The Financial Times, CNBC, Forbes, NBC, Glamour and The New York Times.

Ashley has worked in the financial services industry for over fifteen years: first as an investment banker, then in corporate finance, and most recently running The Fiscal Femme. She graduated with a bachelor’s in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Preorder her new book, Financial Adulting!
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