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Episode 71 – Five Mistakes Women Make During a Divorce



Keeping the family home instead of taking other types of compensation might feel right, but, believe it or not, it’s one of the five most common mistakes women make during the divorce process.

Today, Lynn S. Evans unpacks five common mistakes women make when getting a divorce, covering content from her book, Power of the Purse: Fear-Free Finances for Baby Boomer Women, to help you make decisions that benefit YOU.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why keeping the family home isn’t as financially valuable as you might think
  • What illiquid assets are and how they limit women post-divorce
  • How women unknowingly lose out on retirement funds during the divorce settlement
  • Two emotional places women tend to operate from during a divorce and how they can lead to negative outcomes
  • Recommendations for women who want to re-enter the workforce
  • And more!

Tune in now as Lynn S. Evans helps you dodge these five divorce mistakes!

Resources:  LynnSEvans.com | Power of the Purse: Fear-Free Finances for Baby Boomer Women

 


Episode 70 – Reflections



Over the last two and a half years, Lynn S. Evans has shared the mic with baby boomer women who’ve taken control of their money, braved life’s transitions with humor and grace, and have become thought leaders in male-dominated industries.  

Today, Lynn revisits the stories that have stuck with her the most, along with the surprising moments that happened once the mics turned off.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • The story of Attorney Kim Manning who says that had it not been for welfare, she wouldn’t be where she is today
  • Examples of baby boomer women who’ve created brilliant business models, including Silvernest CEO Wendi Burkhardt
  • The story of a man from the projects who lived in a school cafeteria and paid for dental school in change
  • And more!

Join Lynn now for an insightful look back at the most memorable moments from the Power of the Purse podcast!

Resources:  LynnSEvans.com


Episode 55 – A Love Letter to Caregivers



Caregivers tend put the needs of others first, and therefore they are vulnerable to feeling depleted – as though they’re “running on empty”

Take it from Amy Goyer, a music therapist and Family and Caregiving Expert for AARP. Amy has been caring for older adults her entire life, all while writing, advocating and speaking on behalf of families and caregivers.

In this episode, Amy lets me in on her secrets for long-distance caregiving, and how caregivers can use a musical soundtrack to help older adults transition throughout the day.

Please enjoy this episode, as Amy and I discuss tips for caregivers while sharing our personal experiences with humor and empathy.

 

LINKS:

Schedule a meeting with me: Lynn S Evans – MeetMe

Amy Goyer – Website

Amy Goyer – Twitter