Barbara C. Fowler: Planning for Women

Opiela, Nancy
May 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;May2001, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p130
Academic Journal
This article profiles Barbara C. Fowler, certified financial planner of Financial Planning Associates. It was found that her personal experience of dealing with her aging parents drew her to the financial planning profession. Fowler estimates that 70 percent of her clients are women. She prefer women clients because accordingly, men does not express the same concerns that women do. Fowler completed a training program in divorce mediation. Her desire to help her clients through divorce has resulted in a sideline to her financial planning business. She offers financial advice for the clients of divorce mediators and attorneys.


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