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Doris’s new book Protect Your Purse, Shared Lessons for Women: Avoid Financial Messes, Stop Emotional Bankruptcies and Take Charge of Your Money is now available on Amazon.

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"I am astounded by the clarity she brings to complex issues around family and finance, and she offers practical and actionable advice you can bank on. I will refer her book to all the women in my life." Nick Legault, CEO of Building Investments Inc.

Doris Belland Founder & CEO

You’re a smart, capable woman, but some aspects of money
are a challenge.

Grow your financial literacy and make money work for you.

I can help.

Improve Your Financial Literacy With Doris Belland!

You want to protect yourself financially, develop better options, and live life on your terms. Here’s how I can help you.

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    Learn from my book

    If your entire life changed overnight, would you be protected financially? Life is good… until it’s not. Then we all learn the hard way, unless we take charge and protect ourselves now. Protect Your Purse shows you how to move through your fears, make a proactive plan, and build the confidence to create your life on your terms, regardless of what comes your way. Learn from dozens of other women, and set yourself up for success.
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    Speaking engagements

    You're looking for a dynamic speaker for your group or event, and you want something more than the usual motivational talk. I'm with you. I can create a presentation tailored to fit your needs and group size on topics that revolve around Women, Money and Financial Literacy. Your audience will leave with inspiration and actionable items to help them rock their finances. It's more than entertainment; it's about results.
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    Get guidance

    You know that money is important and you certainly want to have it work for you, but where do you start? The options are mind-boggling, and the consequences of getting it wrong are frightening. Learn to take charge of your money and your investments through my workshops. You’ll also gain access to a private community of women who are there to support you along the way.
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    Join my group

    If you’re tired of figuring out money on your own, or you have several “stupid questions” with no place to ask them, look no further. Our Women’s Money Group meets every month, except August, in person and online to cover every aspect of finances using case-based learning in a fun, women-only environment. No more feeling stupid about money! Join our group of like-minded women who are growing their confidence and results.
Doris is an engaging speaker. She brings a wealth of knowledge (pun intended) to the stage and delivers it in a very easy-to-understand way. Just her voice alone holds your attention, and helps emphasize the significance of her message. I know that the topic of financial independence is a passion of hers. She has a great message for both men and women, and certainly understands the special significance that this topic should hold for women of all ages. Not only that, she “walks the talk”!

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