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Ask Farnoosh

Farnoosh Torabi

“I recently took a look at the fees associated with my retirement accounts. I’m wondering if my employer 401K and Roth 401K have incredibly high expense ratios, what are my non-employer options?”

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Sallie Krawcheck

Author of "Own It"

“So much of the advice that we [women] get is about adopting more male characteristics…The problem with that is the power of diversity in driving great business results IS diversity, not asking us to act like men.”

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Grace Bonney

Founder of Design*Sponge

“I started my business when I was 23 and it helped me get through my 20’s with this sense of confidence and maturity that comes with having to make difficult business decisions. I hope that’s something that all young women get to experience at some point.”

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530

Ask Farnoosh

Farnoosh Torabi

“I always hear from financial advisors that the best time to buy stocks is when they’re on sale. What’s the best way to go about finding the stocks that are on sale?”

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Rachel Blumenthal

Rockets of Awesome Founder

“As a longtime entrepreneur who just loves to solve problems, I really wanted to create a solution for parents. I wanted to deliver a really simplistic way for them to shop for their kids where they never had to worry about it.”

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Kristy Shen

Canada's Youngest Retiree

“The way that I define retirement is retiring from your 9 to 5. It means you don’t need to work anymore because the passive income from your portfolio pays for your living expenses. So you can actually choose to work or not to work.”

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Amanda Kludt

Editor-in-Chief of Eater

“When asking for a raise, people need to be told. Especially as a boss, I am not a mind reader. People need to come to me and say, “Hey, I am ready to be a leader. Here’s where I think I should be in the next six months or the next year.”

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Jessica Mah

Founder & CEO of inDinero

“I really want to be a good CEO. I want to push myself to do this for a lot longer because I learn so much from the process. I think that by forcing myself to deal with all these employee challenges will also make me be a better founder for when I eventually start another company.”

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Ask Farnoosh

Farnoosh Torabi

“I work as a temp and have an eighteen month contract with my current employer. I’ll be moving this year to London with my husband as he attends a graduate school program. I want to look for a new job. Do I need to list that I’m a temp on my resume?”