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I'm Asking: Who Are Your Finance-Savvy Role Models?

I'm Asking: Who Are Your Finance-Savvy Role Models?

Lately, there's been a whole lotta hoopla surrounding Ivanka Trumpher wedding, for one, her new book, The Trump Card, another. But, it's not just that. I've seen her face cropping up next to finance-related advice columns in Glamour and appearing on daytime talk shows to chat, obviously, about the Donald and The Apprentice, but also to talk shop about her own career successes.

Overall, her rep as a young female business icon seems well-deserved, if not, totally destined. Clearly, Ivanka has learned quite a bit from dad — and she seems to know what she's talking about. So, while I've never been of fan of Mr. Trump, his (more down-to-Earth) daughter seems to have a handle on the business world and a fresh perspective on the economy — when she dishes out advice, it just might be worth taking. What do you think, does Ivanka make for a savvy role model? If not, tell me, who do you look to for business advice?

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Spectra Spectra 6 years
I take advice from all over...I like a lot of what Suze Orman has to say, but I disagree with her on some things. I also look to Money magazine for interesting tips. We don't really have a financial advisor; we generally try to take as many tips as we can get from various people/sources and make our own decisions.
muchacha muchacha 6 years
I could see myself looking to Ms. Trump for insight, although I know little about her advice. I am definitely up for incorporating female role models into my career/finance spectrum. Right now I would say my Dad is my chief financial advisor, along with my actual financial manager at my bank. One of my uncles is my career mentor - I check-in with him every few months. I think my career advisor might change, as I move to settle down with a long-term partner (my boyfriend and I have been together for almost two years :)) and as thoughts of children enter in the mix. Female role models would be handy to advise on how to balance work/home responsibilities. My financial advisors do not need to change necessarily - my dad & planner have always given me sound investing advice.
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