Welcome back to Fabulous Financial Facts. I am Ann Zuraw. I am always talking about how important it is to speak to your kids about money because it teaches them to be responsible with spending and saving and help set them on a path of financial success. But there are some things that you really […]
Archive | Chicks Chat and Change RSS feed for this section
ChicksChatandChange.com – Price vs Loyalty. A look at family money history and the influence it can have in your financial decision making. Ann Benjamin Zuraw, CFP®, CFA®, CDFA ™ Comprehensive Financial Planning for the Planned and the Unexpected.
As a child, what was the most important lesson you learned about money? Does it affect the way you save and/or spend your money? Has it affected you in a positive or negative way? Example of my family going to the racetrack.
Chicks, Chat and Change Financial Terminology 101 – Dividend Yield Welcome back to Financial Terminology 101. I am Ann Zuraw. Today we are going to talk about what a Dividend Yield means. A Dividend Yield is the total amount of income you can potentially earn on an investment each year based on a percentage of […]
Welcome back. I am Ann Zuraw Financial Terminology 101 continues today with a general explanation about Dividends.Dividends are payments that companies make to their stockholders based on the company’s profits. Some publicly owned companies offer dividends to their stock holders while others don’t. As a benefit of investing in the company, companies take money that […]
Welcome back. I am Ann Zuraw We are continuing on with our Financial Terminology 101 and keeping it very simple and general. Today we are going to talk about what Market Capitalization or Market “Cap” is. Market Cap is one measure by which a company’s size is classified. Market cap is a way to use […]
Welcome to Chicks, Chat and Change. I am Ann Zuraw We are continuing on with our Financial Terminology 101 and I promise to keep it simple. You already know that the slice of cake represents one piece of ownership in a company and is called a stock share. To raise capital, companies can issue two […]
Hi, I’m Ann Zuraw. Welcome back to Chicks Chat and Change. Today we’re going to talk about bonds and continue our Financial Terminology 101 class. If you need cash for only a specific time you might offer bonds. A bond is a debt investment with which an investor would loan money to your cake business […]
Certified financial planner Ann Zuraw competed in The Business Journal’s Social Madness contest in an effort to promote her blog, Chicks, Chat and Change. Zuraw, an admitted novice when it comes to social media, was able to tweet, like and earn enough votes for Chicks, Chat and Change to win in the small business category […]
Please join me at the Triad Stage performance of Trouble in Mind on Tuesday, September 4, 2012. Individual ticket go on sale August, 2012. For tickets please Contact Triad Stage Boxoffice online or call 336.272.0160 or 866.579.TIXX Beginning at 6:00 p.m., Chicks, Chat and Change will host a cocktail and heavy hors d’oeuvres reception in the […]
Free Email Updates
Enter your email address to receive free updates from Chicks, Chat and Change. (we respect your privacy)
Follow me on TwitterMy Tweets
Join us on Facebook
About Ann Zuraw
Ann Zuraw, the voice behind "Women, Money, and Divorce", is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) and Certified Financial Divorce Analyst (CDFA™) helping women achieve financial success!
Have a Question?
- AZ Asks Kathleen McQuiggan January 19, 2012
- P is For Prenuptial. Is it Good or Bad for Your Marriage? July 2, 2012
- Successful Financial Future February 4, 2015
- P is for Protecting Your Digital Estate. July 29, 2013
- T is for “Teaching your Teen” to Manage Money. August 26, 2013
- Get Recharged at the Women’ Resource Center of Greensboro – Sign Up Today! September 20, 2016
- E is for Expecting to find Money in an Empty Wallet? September 19, 2016
- D is for Do Your Homework before You Retire September 12, 2016
- Happy Labor Day! September 2, 2016
- X es para: ¿Estás dando un buen ejemplo financiero para sus niños? August 30, 2016