Heart & Mind: Resident Expert

Ginita Wall, CPA, CFP

Co-founder of WIFE.org, MoneyClubs.com, and originator of the acclaimed Second Saturday program ("What Women Need to Know About Divorce"), Ginita Wall is a financial expert and columnist for iVillage.com, CNBC.com, Cox Interactive Media, as well as an advisor for the General Electric Center for Financial Learning and Divorce Magazine.

As a nationally recognized expert on the subject of women and money, Ginita is a frequent speaker for women’s groups, conventions, professional groups, and philanthropic organizations. Named one of the 250 top financial advisors in the country by Worth Magazine five years in a row, she has authored six books and numerous booklets on personal finance, including Your Next Fifty Years, a completely new way to look at how, when, and if you should retire. She specializes in helping people through life transitions, including divorce and widowhood.

Quoted in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Money, and other financial publications, she has appeared on the NBC Nightly News, National Public Radio, CBS This Morning, the Discovery Channel’s Home Matters, and numerous other radio and television broadcasts. She is also listed in Who’s Who in Finance.

Ginita’s depth of knowledge and her light-hearted style form the perfect combination for client appreciation seminars, convention spouse’s seminars, broker education training, and professional conferences. She has presented seminars for Charles Schwab, TD Waterhouse, Sharp Hospital, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the National Endowment for Financial Education, the Institute for Certified Financial Planners, the National Association of Tax Practitioners (NATP), San Diego Union-Tribune, and GE Financial.

Ginita Wall received her BA from Antioch College in Ohio, and she is a certified public accountant in New Mexico and California. Ginita lives and works in San Diego, California.

Websites: PlanForWealth.com , WIFE.org , MoneyClubs.com

ARTICLES
Top Ten
Ten Ways To Keep From Screwing Up Your Divorce
Assets & Liabilities
Dividing Debt in Divorce
Where to Search for Hidden Asset During Divorce
Don't Overlook Important Assets in Your Divorce
The Benefits of Being Married Ten Years
Financial Independence
25 Ways to Divorce Without Going Broke
Prince Charming Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Getting Your Financial Life Back on Track After Divorce
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A Five Step Blueprint to Growing Your Money
Taxes
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25 Ways to Save Taxes Through Life's Transitions
Odds & Ends
Changing Your Name After Divorce