During these wildly unsettled times I (like so many others) have been trying to determine how to stay sane, be productive, and help. While many ideas are popping up like sewing masks and participating in the
During these wildly unsettled times I (like so many others) have been trying to determine how to stay sane, be productive, and help. While many ideas are popping up like sewing masks and participating in the #LocalLunchChallenge, I’ve been trying to figure out more that I can offer.
Before I came to PowerToFly and before life did it’s crazy “throw-a-curveball” thing (hello, international move!), I was a financial advisor. In fact, I’ve done Chat & Learns with the PowerToFly community on various financial wellness topics. If you’re tired of Netflix by now, feel free to rewatch them here. Now, I'm an integral part of the PowerToFly "Talent Advocate" team, which means I spend most of my days connecting women of our community with relevant opportunities that match their interests and skillsets. In the spirit of being the very best advocate for you, I think it may be helpful to dust off my old advisor cap and share some ideas during this period of financial uncertainty.
In this chat, I hope you'll walk away with...
An understanding of fixed and variable expenses
Ideas for re-evaluating your cash flow
Action items to reduce or alleviate your bills
Meet The Speaker
Before Abigail Vachon moved outside of the United States and joined the PowerToFly team, she worked as an advisor with a focus on financial literacy. She spent most of her time helping empower women and millennials to take control of their financial journeys. She believes that the ability to make confident money decisions and setting a strong financial foundation allows people more freedom to pursue the things that are most important in the own lives.