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Reveals Cinderella’s Conquest to Independence After Dumping Charming!

Boca Raton, Florida – April 29, 2016 – The new International Bestseller in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and United States, Prince Not So Charming – Cinderella’s Guide to Financial Independence, encourages women — whether a high-powered executive or a single mom struggling to make ends meet — to claim their power to create and protect their financial future.

The historical average age of widowed women is 56 years old; of these women, one in four is broke within two months of being widowed. At some point in women’s lives, nine out of ten will solely be responsible for the finances. Prince Not So Charming – Cinderella’s Guide to Financial Independence is a call to action and guide to assist women in taking control of their finances regardless of the obstacles they face.

Cinderella’s personal evolution represents the power all women have within them. Although many women have insecurities regarding money management, statistical research indicates that— when compared to their male counterparts — women make better investment decisions, are more organized, and are highly goal oriented.  

Prince Not So Charming is a call to action for all women. Kathleen Grace, after two decades of providing financial advice to clients from diverse backgrounds, has learned that women face specific challenges when it comes to money, even though they have many other strengths.

In the new International Bestseller, Prince Not So Charming, Ms. Grace shares common pitfalls to avoid and includes recommendations on how to resolve these problems. In fact, the final part of this financial novel is Cinderella’s Guide to Financial Independence includes a three-part section with specific suggestions for those in their 20s, 30s, 40s, and beyond.  

Kathleen Grace shares: “Our (women’s) beliefs about money and our emotional attachment to it strongly influence how we spend and manage money. In fact, for most of us, money is never just about money; it is a tool that helps us accomplish other goals. Thus money is love, power, happiness, security, control, independence, freedom, and more.”  

Kathleen Grace, CFP®, CIMA®, is a Managing Director of United Capital Financial Advisers, LLC. For over 23 years, Kathleen has provided sophisticated financial and estate tax planning strategies to Fortune 500 executives, affluent multigenerational families, entrepreneurs, and institutions by serving as her clients’ Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Ms. Grace is named as one of South Florida Business Journal’s “Influential Business Women of 2016” honoring her strong record of leadership, performance and innovation in her industry, plus her commitment to women’s issues in her community.

Kathleen earned her Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Miami and her CFP certification from the Wayne Huizenga School of Business at Nova Southeastern University. Also, Kathleen was awarded the CIMA designation from the Investment Management Consultants Association with education and curriculum through the Wharton School of Business.

Kathleen Grace is available for speaking engagements and interviews.

The International Bestseller in Australia, UK, Canada and US, Prince Not So Charming – Cinderella’s Guide to Financial Independence is available on Amazon.com

Book preview: www.amazon.com/dp/B014D40S78

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Company Name: Prince Not So Charming – Cinderella’s Guide to Financial Independence
Contact Person: DARCIE ROWAN
Email: Darcie@darcierowanpr.com
Phone: 347-407-0942
City: Boca Raton
State: Florida
Country: United States
Website: http://princenotsocharming.com

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