Vincent Parascandola is responsible for sales, besides management development, recruiting, retention, as well as productivity and developing of new financial professionals at AXA Advisors.
- Vincent Parascandola has over 25 years of rich experience in this industry. He had begun his career as an agent with Prudential in 1987. He was National Rookie of the Year. Then he joined MONY Life Insurance Company in 1990. He held various field management positions here before he joined AXA Advisors in 2004.
AXA Advisors, LLC is the broker and retail distribution channel for AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company. It is one of the premier providers of life insurance as well as annuity products in the country. They have a network of nearly 6,000 financial professionals.
They have a number of products for women too specifically. At AXA, customized solutions are created for women based on their goals, resources as well as point of view. They are well aware that women need to take care of their parents, children, and plan for retirement too. Many professional women tend to find themselves in this challenging position of caring for their aging parents as well as raising their children. As a result, women have to juggle the needs of their parents as well as children while allocating energy to their career, marriage, as well as retirement planning, besides many other priorities. Hence this can mean that planning for their retirement is not able to get the attention that it needs.
Hence during this time of many responsibilities, women must keep their own financial objectives in mind. But knowing how and where to start can be quite overwhelming. There are some manageable steps that can help this kind of balancing of financial needs.
AXA Advisors would advise to keep saving for retirement. This helps to ensure the financial future. This way the family can be in a much better financial position once women get older. It is important to preserve the retirement fund. Hence for higher education, children can apply for scholarship and loans, along with financial aid without putting a burden on the woman.