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At The Humphreys Group, we are committed to creating opportunities for women to have authentic conversations about personal finance beyond the numbers. 

When we are able to discuss money through the lens of our personal narratives, we are able to gain a deeper understanding of our relationships with money. When our money and values are in alignment, we are happier, more conscious of, and more engaged with our own financial management. This not only leads to a more robust portfolio, but better financial outcomes overall.

The Humphreys Group is dedicated to getting rid of the unnecessary jargon and complexity around investing so female investors can have more control of their financial future. 

We’ve shared our mission and our expertise in some of the most reputable and respected publications dedicated to women and money. We’ve been featured in Forbes, the New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, and more. 

In August 2019, The Humphreys Group President Diane Bourdo, CFP®, presented at the event “Women’s Financial Forum: Learn, Plan, Invest,” hosted by Charles Schwab and

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Hallie Kraus, financial planner at wealth management firm The Humphreys Group in San Francisco, California, spoke with YoungMoneyFinance about how women can own their financial

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In July 2019, The Humphreys Group President Diane Bourdo, CFP®, teamed up with Ellevate to work hand-in-hand with a group of 25 women who were

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Women are financially savvy in so many crucial areas of their lives — so why do harmful gender stereotypes about women and money still exist?

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Women historically have let men plan for retirement. The old rules have changed, but women still are searching for how they should navigate the path

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In its 2017 Money Matters report, which surveyed 3,000 Americans ages 18 to 44, investing app Acorns found that 72 percent of respondents would rather

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An “age-gap” marriage historically is one with at least an 11-year age gap between the spouses. Age-gap relationships have increased over the years because the

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If we made women’s unique strengths, concerns, and preferences the financial norm, what would we see?

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