Kendall Capital’s New Book Provides Vital Financial Tips and Insights for Women

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“Middle-Class Millionaire Women: Essential Strategies to Ensure Financial Longevity” is available April 6

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“Words like 'millionaire' and 'wealth' don’t mean what they once did. These days, many women will need to save at least that much to be financially secure." -Clark Kendall

Many women feel compelled to re-evaluate their financial futures as COVID-era volatility rocks the stock market while other asset classes are underperforming. In the new book Middle-Class Millionaire Women: Essential Strategies to Ensure Financial Longevity, authors and financial advisors Clark Kendall, CFA, AEP®, CFP® and Carol Petrov, CFP®, offer life-changing tips and insights on how women can achieve financial success.

“Words like 'millionaire' and 'wealth' don’t mean what they once did,” said Clark Kendall, President and CEO of Kendall Capital. “These days, many women will need to save at least that much to be financially secure."

“This book helps women overcome some of the most daunting financial challenges, including earning less than men on average, often taking breaks from their careers and/or outliving the men in their lives,” said Carol Petrov, Kendall Capital Vice President & Senior Relationship Manager.

Middle-Class Millionaire Women includes many practical suggestions for women from all walks of life, whether single, married, divorced or widowed. It’s an accessible and thought-provoking read, organized so that — no matter where the reader finds herself in life — she’ll quickly be able to get helpful information, such as:

  • Planning and investment strategies.
  • Anecdotes and experiences drawn from working with successful women to overcome and conquer their financial constraints while enjoying and capitalizing on unique opportunities.
  • Simple steps and professional guidance women need to feel financially secure and ease the stress that comes with managing investments.
  • Thorough yet accessible advice for those who aspire to be, or already are, middle-class millionaires.
  • Best practices for smart, sensible saving, spending, and investing.

Readers will get vital financial survival skills and investment savvy from this pithy and practical 216-page hardcover (ISBN-10: 1645437817 / ISBN-13: 978-1645437819), which is available via Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Mascot Books.

About the Authors
Clark Kendall is the founder of the successful investment management firm Kendall Capital, based near Washington, D.C., and serving clients around the U.S. He started Kendall Capital in 2005 with a phone, a desk, and the goal of helping and serving middle-class millionaires as a fiduciary advisor. Even as Kendall Capital has grown tremendously over the years, Clark’s commitment to middle-class millionaires — and to his community — has remained.

Carol Petrov is a CFP® professional with over 20 years of experience as a financial planner and relationship manager. As Vice President & Senior Relationship Manager at Kendall Capital, she provides comprehensive financial planning services for new and existing clients, while managing ongoing client needs. In addition to providing actionable advice, Carol and her team strive to provide excellent service clients can count on through good markets and bad.

About Kendall Capital
Kendall Capital is a wealth management firm providing fiduciary financial planning and investment management services to Middle-Class Millionaires® in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. The firm currently manages client assets of more than $375 million. President and CEO Clark Kendall is the author of “Middle-Class Millionaire” and says “Middle-class millionaires are more common than you may realize. While you may not consider yourself a millionaire, you may have accumulated over $500,000 or more in investable assets through disciplined saving and investing, a timely inheritance or a combination of all three.” Kendall Capital is a fee-only, fiduciary financial adviser firm. It does not receive commissions from anyone for recommending specific investments in order to serve their clients’ best interests.

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