What is an Expense Ratio?

Ashley Feinstein

Ashley Feinstein
Ashley Feinstein is a certified money coach based in New York City and works with her clients on Knowing Their Worth, whether they are creating a financial plan, negotiating compensation, maintaining work-life balance or setting expectations in a relationship. She provides one-on-one coaching as well as workshops, lunch and learns and group coaching. Ashley started her blog, The Fiscal Femme, to share her passion for personal finance education in a fun and accessible way. She has worked in the financial services industry for more than five years: first as an investment banker and more recently in corporate finance. She graduated with a bachelor's in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. You can learn more at Ashley's website, KnowingYourWorth.com
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