Armed with a provocative article on TheAtlantic.com website and a group of fabulous, financial minds in the personal finance space; I bring you a great conversation on whether marrying for love is a financially risky proposition for college educated women.
According to this article, women with a college degree stand to lose $25,000/year if they marry someone less educated – formally that is.
Does this ring true?
Would the prospect of losing out on a cool $25,000 a year give you pause when evaluating a potential mate?
The panel gathered at a recent Podcast Movement conference held in my lovely city, Chicago, IL.
This was a diverse panel with a range of both financial and relationship experiences who were not shy about contributing to what could be a touchy subject.
That’s the perfect combination for a dynamic and insightful group discussion – girl chat with a purpose.
I want to the panelist:
These ladies made the podcast fun, but really challenged women us to think beyond the headline. Tune in and be inspired!
“Before you get married, know thy self.” –Elle Martinez