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Manisha Thakor

Manisha Thakor has extensive experience in the financial services industry and at various points in her career, has worked as a financial analyst, portfolio manager, and client servicing/marketing executive for leading investment management firms with billions of dollars in assets under management.

Thakor earned an MBA degree from Harvard Business School and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (“CFA”) charter holder. She received her BA in American Studies from Wellesley College and lives with her husband in Houston, TX.

Manisha Thakor

Most Recent Articles

Whether you're just thinking about divorce, in the middle of one, or moving beyond divorce, you need to be on top of your personal financial situation. Empowering women to lead independent financial lives is the premise of my book, On&
No matter what stage of divorce you're in, you need to get the upper hand on your economic situation. If you're in financial crisis, you need to gain control of the situation and learn how to budget effectively. There's no reason why you can't start …

Making Sure You Are Financially Compatible

Wednesday, 12 June 2013 14:21
What's the first thing your girlfriends ask you when you meet that someone special, especially after going through a divorce? They typically ask you if you are emotionally compatible, spiritually compatible, or and/or physically compatible. But do…
With the economy and the stock market acting wilder than a category 5 hurricane, many of us are feeling the pinch in our pocketbooks. We’ve been talking about ways to save money when you eat out, so you enjoy life a bit. Now let’s see if…

10 Ways To Turn Off Your Financial Leaks

Sunday, 03 August 2008 22:48
Do you sometimes feel as though money is just running through your fingers? That there will never be enough to have any left? That you are just barely making ends meet?If you are newly divorced, and trying to set up a new household, and especially…
Feel like you're losing your grip on those financial purse strings? (Especially if you've just heard that credit card companies are charging an extra ten cents a gallon at the pump!) Even cereal is higher at the grocery store, as is milk. Everything …