Dow Janes’ founders and best friends Britt Williams Baker and Laurie-Anne King know something needs to be done to close the gender wealth gap and offset the challenges women+ face financially. So they created a female-centered approach to saving and investing, enabling women+ across the globe to move into a position of power and take charge of their finances.
“Money is the number one cause of stress for most women+; we’re on a mission to change that,” says Baker.
Their flagship program, Million Dollar Year, equips women+ with the tools and skills they need to eliminate their debt and grow their wealth with confidence. Million Dollar Year teaches a proprietary step-by-step approach to values-aligned saving and budgeting, which members report “actually works” after multiple failed attempts at budgeting in the past.
Unlike other financial programs, Million Dollar Year brings a holistic approach to financial education – addressing people’s emotions, beliefs, and habits when it comes to money management – “because only once that changes can anything else start to change,” says King.
By implementing the steps of the program, members of the Million Dollar Year no longer have to choose between paying their bills and saving for the future. As one member Kimberly stated, “I finally feel in control of my money for the first time.”
Unlike other online courses, Million Dollar Year offers a guaranteed return on investment. If members don’t double their investment in the program, Dow Janes doubles it for them, which means there’s truly nothing to lose.
Since its establishment, Dow Janes has helped over ten thousand women+ find financial freedom and experience the confidence of financial stability.
Baker and King believe “Women+ with money have more choices and louder voices,” and their mission to get more money in the hands of more women+ seems like it’s working.
“Million Dollar Year has been transformative for me. In a few short months – during a pandemic – without any more income than I already had, I’ve paid off $8k credit card debt, have a $0 balance on my credit cards, and learned how to use or not use [credit cards] to my advantage.” – Deana H.
“I joined the Million Dollar Year because I felt in the dark about my finances – money just came and went. I wanted to feel confident about my spending habits and my savings and retirement vision. This course totally changed my perspective and relationship with money, gave me really tangible tools to take control of my finances, and granted me clarity on large financial goals. LOVED IT! Couldn’t recommend making the choice to put in the effort and take this course more!” – Lauren C.
Learn more about Dow Janes and Million Dollar Year at www.dowjanes.com.