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The Cares Act provided the funding to help women-owned businesses survive and recover but did that automatically help our personal economies to get back on track? We’ll take a look at how the pandemic has affected the personal finances and future of women and most importantly how we can get back on the path to personal financial freedom in 6 steps utilizing government and financial resources.
Joyce L. Kelley, Associate Director, Global View Capital Advisors, LTD.
Joyce considers herself a financial educator. As such she has received extensive training on the topic of Social Security. She gives presentations and discussions on Social Security because millions of Americans depend on it. For many, it is their primary source of retirement. For others, it serves as an important supplement to pensions and personal savings so understanding the benefits and maximizing strategies to coordinate Social Security with the rest of a client’s retirement income plan is a value added proposition that Joyce brings to her clients.
Before becoming a financial professional, Joyce was an educator with the Chicago Public Schools. She began her teaching career at the primary level and later became an administrator. A desire to become an entrepreneur and a passion for helping people led her into the financial industry. Joyce is involved with business & community organizations locally. She also holds leadership positions with regional & community non-profit organizations in Illinois.
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