The Daily Mail – Why ARE high flying women more at risk of developing breast cancer
Research found longer woman held stressful job, the greater risk of cancer
Being in authority over others was a risk factor
Jan O’Mahony gave up being a GP after being diagnosed with the disease
Helen O’Neill believes her job contributed to her diagnosis
Businesswoman Hannah Foxley is sure her cancer was pressure-related
The Sunday Times – Reduce the financial pain when filing for divorce
The two most common ways in which pensions can be shared on divorce are through an attachment order or a pension-sharing order.
With the first of these, a proportion of your spouse’s pension rights is earmarked for you, so that you are entitled to a proportion of both the lump sum and the income. Some experts claim this method of pension splitting should be avoided, as it gives the spouse who is currently without a pension no control over when they receive their share.
Hannah Foxley, of the Women’s Wealth Expert, an independent financial adviser (IFA), said: “You will not get your share until your ex decides to retire. Your ex could decide to not take the pension at all if they don’t need it, meaning you will have no income from it. The second way it can be manipulated is that they could make a point of investing the funds in dreadful investments . . . destroying the value of the fund.”
The Times – Quote of the day – Women’s fear of finance: Foxley
“Many women fear finances and are reluctant to seek financial advice as they believe they will come across as ‘silly’ when being advised by a man.”
Hannah Foxley, chartered financial planner and author of The Wealthy Divorcee, suggests that attitudes need to change in a financial advice industry that is still dominated by men.
Interview on Dream Corner with Hannah Foxley
What an incredible journey Hannah has been on! I admire her courage and determination to fight and beat cancer; and have the presence of mind to set up a business while all this was going on. I was reminded that regardless of our circumstances and challenges, there are so many positives to be found and held on to. Looking for courage? Then listen in to this amazing interview – Interview with Hannah Foxley – See more at: http://www.dreamcorner.co.uk/hannah-foxley/#sthash.9AU6N6Gj.dpuf
Citywire – Adviser Profile – Hannah Foxley of The Women’s Wealth Expert
Hannah Foxley has overcome huge adversity to set up a firm with a refreshing take on financial services for women. Losing her father and her job in quick succession, then spending a year overcoming recurring breast cancer led Foxley to reassess her life and set up The Women’s Wealth Expert (TWWE).