Featured Blog: How To Negotiate A Raise

Written by Team WFAN

Women Financial Advancement Network (WFAN) strives for a society where women join the financial system in an equitable manner to lead a more meaningful life.

February 21, 2018

I know it can be scary to walk into your boss’s office and ask for more money. That fear of rejection or not getting what you know you deserve can be intimidating.

However, if you never ask, you might never receive more either.

Women still earn on average $0.78 to a man’s $1.00.

As women, we often hold back asking for what we deserve, but you don’t have to settle for less.

Empowering you to have the salary you deserve is why I am so excited to share this episode of Financially Wise TV with you.

On this episode you will learn:

  • How to set up your silver platter.

  • Clarity on how much money to ask for.

  • How to set yourself up for success before you walk through your boss’s door.

Now I’d love to hear from you:

What boss lady negotiation tips do you have? We can all help-a-sista-out with this one!

*Side Note* You can use these 3 steps to have almost any “negotiation” conversation, even with a significant other!

Remember, share with abundance and truth. Your sharing may be THE thing that inspires one of the other beautiful souls that read this blog.

Huge thanks for joining me here, sharing YOU and being a Financially Wise Woman. Every interaction makes a difference.

If you know of anyone that can benefit from the tips and tools here, please spread the word!

All the love!

The above blog is by Brittney Castro originally published in Brittney Castro’s Blog – Financially Wise Women.

 About the author: Brittney Castro, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ is the Founder and CEO of Financially Wise Women, a Los Angeles based financial planning firm for women. She specializes in working with busy professional and entrepreneurial women who are passionate about life and want to gain clarity around their money. Brittney’s mission is to help women plan and create the life of their dreams, free from anxiety about money. She is known for her non-judgmental, compassionate approach to financial planning. She has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Financial Planning Magazine, Investment News, and Registered Rep Magazine. Away from the office, you can find Brittney working out, drinking green juice, reading, playing at the park with her dog Arya and of course dancing. Visit her at http://www.financiallywisewomen.com and request a FREE 30-minute Discovery Session to discuss how financial planning can help you use your money to live a life you love. Financially Wise Women is a registered investment adviser offering advisory services in the State of California and in other jurisdictions where exempted.

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