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Prince
Not So
Charming

Cinderella's Guide to
FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE

Take a riveting journey with Cinderella as she navigates romance, emotional upheaval and near financial-death experiences - all of which lead her to find inner strength despite seemingly insurmountable setbacks.

Nine out of ten women will be solely responsible for their finances at some point in their lives. Prince Not So Charming is a call to action that will inspire and empower you to take control of your finances regardless of the obstacles you face, plus you'll learn...

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A fun page-turner with a healthy dose of financial reality throughout. A must-read for women of all ages.

Gail Graham - Former Executive Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for Fidelity's Institutional Wealth Services

 

Kathleen Grace

Kathleen Grace, CFP®, CIMA®, is a Managing Director at United Capital Financial Advisers, LLC. She is a featured contributing advisor to The Wall Street Journal, Fox Business, Fox News, U.S. News & World Report, Maria Shriver.com, The Shriver Report, Palm Beach Woman, and the Sun-Sentinel.

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. Kathleen was awarded the CIMA designation from the Investment Management Consultants Association with education and curriculum through the Wharton School of Business.

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