Ep. 024- How To Put Your Money To Work For You As An Artist, Now, with Christine Torrey

Alexis Fedor

How To Put Your Money To Work For You As An Artist, Now, with Christine TorreyChristine Torrey is a private wealth advisor for Hightower’s LCK Wealth Management’s team, specializing in financial planning. As a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designee, Christine works with growing wealth management clients to draw insights from their current finances in the context of their future goals, to build their future net worth She is also an active volunteer for New York Cares and various other philanthropic initiatives.

Christine has worked with wealthy individuals and families in private wealth management for nearly two decades. But the real reason you want to listen to this interview is because she has a vested interest in helping women at any income level learn how to take what they have now and put their money to work for them, both now and for the future. For every artist listening, the tips that Christine shares are ones you will be able to put into practice right now as you work on setting up a foundation for growing your business with your art!

In this interview, Chris talks about how saving is really about spending, what compounding is and how it is the key factor in building a wealthy life for yourself and your business, how the stock market works and what some middle-investment options are outside of the stock market that you can begin to take advantage of now, regardless of your income level or what you have going out on a monthly basis.

For every artist listening, the tips that Christine shares are ones you will be able to put into practice right now as you work on setting up a foundation for growing your business with your art!

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WEBSITE: http://www.hightoweradvisors.com/team/lck/team

BOOK RECOMMENDATION: On My Own Two Feet: A Modern Girl’s Guide To Personal Finance 

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Are you struggling with saving, or figuring out how to put a plan of action for saving into place? Are you wondering how you can begin to save if you don’t have enough coming in to cover your basic expenses to begin with? Leave your answers in the comments below, as your sharing helps more artists than you realize and helps us help you build your business with your art, your way!