You just invested in a very important asset: your financial education

 I believe that today, more than ever, women must take charge of their own financial lives. As entertainers we have the potential to earn much more than the average household income.  However, without the education of what to DO with that money, we risk the chance of getting STUCK in the gentlemen’s club industry.

It’s not just entertainers who are lacking financial education.  Look at the following statistics:

  • Nearly half of women over the age of 50 are single. This means that many of these women are responsible for their own financial well-being.
  • One out of every two marriages ends in divorce. What is the number-one thing couples fight about? Money. And who usually ends up with the children? The woman. Now she must provide for herself-and her kids.
  • In the first year following divorce, a women’s standard of living drops an average of 73 percent.
  • In 2003, more women declared bankruptcy than graduated college.
  • Fifty-eight percent of baby boomer women have less than $10,000 set aside for retirement.
  • Of the elderly living in poverty, three out of four are women. Yet 80 percent of these women weren’t poor when their husbands were alive.
These statistics tell me that many of us women haven’t been educated about money, much less investing. We haven’t been expected to know anything on the subject. Unfortunately, too many of us, especially as we get older, are finding ourselves in dire financial consequences. This needs to change.
Congratulations on taking the first step towards changing YOUR financial future.
You can expect to receive a weekly lesson from DancerWise.  There will be instructional videos, audios, and written worksheet downloads.  Each of these activities require your undivided attention so be sure to set aside a block of time each week in a quiet place where you can reflect without distractions.

I suggest you purchase a three ring binder to organize your completed weekly workbook activities and journal entries.  Also purchase loose leaf lined filler paper that you can insert into the weekly lesson to complete the weekly journal entry.  If you purchase a separate notebook for the journal, you will not be able to keep the weekly journal entries together with the weekly lesson.

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