In the second episode of Fair Shares, a podcast from the Washington Post Creative Group and MassMutual about helping smart women plan a better financial future, host Bola Sokunbi — a financial education instructor and the CEO of Clever Girl Finance — joins two sisters-in-law who are on two different financial tracks. 
 
Sokunbi chats with Heather, a copywriter, and Kat, who owns a small jewelry business. They’re the exact same age, and both want to work towards stable financial futures for their families. Sokunbi goes in-depth with Heather and Kat on the money matters of their divergent career tracks — including topics like entrepreneur retirement strategies and building a savings safety net — and offers practical advice on achieving long-term financial security, no matter your terms of employment

Show notes: 
 
  1. As Heather learned in this episode, individual disability income insurance can help safeguard your financial health. MassMutual can help you review your options. Learn more at https://www.massmutual.com/insurance/disability-income-insurance
  2. As a self-employed professional, you have several options for saving for retirement. Visit https://blog.massmutual.com/post/retirement-plan-start to learn how to get started. 
  3. Discover how working with a financial professional can help you reach your goals here: https://financialprofessionals.massmutual.com/
  4. Create a solid foundation for yoand your business. Discover MassMutual’s small business solutions at https://www.massmutual.com/business#small-business-solutions
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In the second episode of Fair Shares, a podcast from the Washington Post Creative Group and MassMutual about helping smart women plan a better financial future, host Bola Sokunbi — a financial education instructor and the CEO of Clever Girl Finance — joins two sisters-in-law who are on two different financial tracks. 
 
Sokunbi chats with Heather, a copywriter, and Kat, who owns a small jewelry business. They’re the exact same age, and both want to work towards stable financial futures for their families. Sokunbi goes in-depth with Heather and Kat on the money matters of their divergent career tracks — including topics like entrepreneur retirement strategies and building a savings safety net — and offers practical advice on achieving long-term financial security, no matter your terms of employment

Show notes: 
 
  1. As Heather learned in this episode, individual disability income insurance can help safeguard your financial health. MassMutual can help you review your options. Learn more at https://www.massmutual.com/insurance/disability-income-insurance
  2. As a self-employed professional, you have several options for saving for retirement. Visit https://blog.massmutual.com/post/retirement-plan-start to learn how to get started. 
  3. Discover how working with a financial professional can help you reach your goals here: https://financialprofessionals.massmutual.com/
  4. Create a solid foundation for yoand your business. Discover MassMutual’s small business solutions at https://www.massmutual.com/business#small-business-solutions
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