McClurg Capital Corporation
Registered Investments Advisor
Kathleen Nemetz, Certified Financial Planner and investments manager at McClurg Capital Corporation, works with clients who want to establish solid financial foundations to realize their dreams. For people planning life’s transitions near retirement, Kathleen can offer invaluable knowledge of retirement income and estate planning matters. As a registered investment advisor she builds retirement portfolios aimed at generating steady income and long term growth. She works closely with estate planning attorneys in planning for protecting dependents and children, and for legacy gifts and the eventual disposition and investment of trusts and estates.
Having worked and lived abroad for seven years, Kathleen offers specialized skills in planning and investments for the often more complex needs of noncitizens as well as people already naturalized living in the U.S. In tandem with her financial planning work, Kathleen is also a certified divorce financial analyst, and active with the Marin County Bar Family Law section. In cases involving marital separation and divorce, Kathleen works closely with the family law attorneys active in the case using financial analysis to value assets and to create proforma budgets for eventual separation. She earned her MBA in finance at Pace University in New York.
Her community interests include her role as co-organizer of the Marin chapter of the California Society of CPAs; as the producer of’ Women On Money,’ a quarterly television talk show for local station Comcast 26 in Marin, and as a co-founder of the Women’s Collective of Marin, a public education group sponsoring quarterly forums on topics of interest to women. A lover of wildlife, she is a supporter of Wildcare of San Rafael and Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue. She is also active in the California Alpine Club, and the Marin County Bar.
Video replays of her finance talk show for women are available at www.womenonmoney.com.
MBA, Finance, Pace University
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