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Wi$eUp Teleconferences

Wednesday, November 30th, 2005
Facing a Financial Crisis, Part II

Date: Wednesday, November 30th, 2005

Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Eastern Time

Sudden life transitions often bring financial challenges.
  • Divorce: What should you know to navigate the complex divorce process?
  • Widowhood: Are you prepared to carry on after the death of your spouse?
  • Job Loss: How do you handle losing your primary source of income?

Audio and Transcripts

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Opening Remarks
Speech 1 — Candace Bahr
Speech 2 — Janet Bodnar
Speech 3 — Cliff Fowler
Q & A
Closing Remarks

About the speakers

Candace Bahr, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and Certified Estate Advisor, is an expert in helping women through financial transitions, such as the death of a loved one or a divorce. In 1988, she co-founded the non-profit “Women’s Institute for Financial Education” (, which is dedicated to providing financial education to women. Candace is a managing partner of Bahr Investment Group, a Registered Principal with Linsco Private Ledger, and author of It’s More Than Money – It’s Your Life!: The New Money Club for Women. She has been quoted in the New York Times, Fortune, Bloomberg, and Oprah magazine.

Janet Bodnar, deputy editor of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine, for which she has written about investing, money management, and the economy, is a nationally recognized expert in the field of children’s and family finances. She is the author of Raising Money Smart Kids and Think $ingle! The Woman’s Guide to Financial Security at Every Stage of Life. She writes “Money-Smart Kids,” a column that appears regularly in Kiplinger’s magazine and at Janet has appeared on Oprah, Today, and Good Morning America and is frequently quoted in publications ranging from The Wall Street Journal to Parents.

Cliff Fowler, CPA/PFS, is the founder and managing partner of Fowler Durham and Company, Certified Public Accountants, with two offices located in South Central Kentucky. The firm serves the needs of individuals and small businesses in the areas of tax, accounting, business consulting, and financial planning. Cliff serves as a member of the financial literacy task force of the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants (KYCPA) and as the financial planning section chair of the KYCPA.