An article highlighting Women’s Wealth Connection of Warren Averett recently appeared in the Women in Business section in multiple Birmingham publications, including Village Living, 280 Living, the Hoover Sun and the Vestavia Voice.
Women’s Wealth Connection provides comprehensive financial planning services, retirement planning services, estate planning services and much more with an approach that’s specifically tailored to women and their families in Birmingham and across the Southeast.
The piece featured in these Birmingham publications showcases why Women’s Wealth Connection was formed, what services these female advisors offer and the unique needs behind these services.
According to the piece, “The female advisors of Women’s Wealth Connection have one primary goal: to help ensure every woman has access to a team of trusted advisors at every step of her financial journey. The team desires to provide financial peace of mind so their clients can enjoy life to its fullest and find the answers to the questions that matter most—even in the midst of life’s unexpected changes.”
The advisors of Women’s Wealth Connection are dedicated to serving their clients well and advocating for their best interests.
“It’s an honor to serve our female clients,” said Melanie Nichols, one of the team’s co-founders and a Member of Warren Averett. “Women’s Wealth Connection was founded from our realization that there was a need that wasn’t being met, and it has been our goal to meet that need for the women in our communities.”