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Podcast: Six Keys to Financial Success for Women

N Bowes 2014
Nancy E. Bowes, CFP®
Vice President, Wealth Advisor
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(585) 419-0670 x50673
M Caton 2014
Maria Caton, CFP®, ChSNC®, AAMS®
Senior Vice President, Manager of Financial Planning Services - Team Leader
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(585) 419-0670 x50666

We hope you enjoyed listening to "Ask the Experts" on News Radio WHAM 1180, broadcasted on Sunday, September 28th at 8:00pm.

Ask the Experts is a financial forum for education and advice as CNB’s experts answer your questions on financial topics that interest you. The experts of the last call included Nancy Bowes, CFP®, Vice President, Investment Officer and Financial Planning Officer, and Maria Caton, AAMS®, Vice President and Investment Officer, of CNB's Wealth Strategies Group.

Highlights From the Show
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Do women have to take a different approach to planning finances?


Start a plan to save and establish long-term financial goals.


Key #1: Risk Management


Key #2: Cash Management


Key #3: Tax Management


Key #4: Investment Concepts
Determine objectives, evaluate risks, diversify holdings


Key #5: Retirement Planning


Key #6: Estate Planning


Start early and work with the right people.

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For questions, feel free to contact Nancy Bowes, CFP® or Maria Caton, AAMS®.

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