Video transcript: An Inspirational 2016: Financial Resolutions from Female Leaders

On screen:

Chase and Chase logo. What are your Financial Resolutions for 2016?

Rebecca Minkoff:

My financial resolution for 2016—

Caroline Byron:

Um.

Farnoosh Torabi:

Gosh. What do I go with here?

Martine Reardon:

Let me think about that.

Caroline Byron:

There's so many things.

Stephanie March:

Pay attention.

On screen:

Farnoosh Torabi, Financial Expert, Author of 'When She Makes More.'

Farnoosh Torabi:

Last year's goals are not this year's goals. So that means how we spend and how we say has to change. And that has to be done consciously.

On screen:

Lois Backon, Head of Corporate Partner Marketing for JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Lois Backon:

Stop funding luxuries that I seem to buy for both of my grown adult daughters.

On screen:

Caroline Byron, Founder of Simply Caro.

Caroline Byron:

Be as organized as possible and make a business plan.

On screen:

Jennifer Roberts, Head of Strategic Alliances and Loyalty for JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Jennifer Roberts:

Try to kind of get more educated in ways I can have my money work for me better.

On screen:

Stephanie March, Co-Founder of Rouge New York.

Stephanie March:

To continue to grow my business. We have procured the appropriate financing. And we're doing a great job. And I am proud of that.

On screen:

Rebecca Minkoff, Fashion Designer.

Rebecca Minkoff:

Like, having very definitive boundaries for my time.

On screen:

Martine Reardon, Chief Marketing Officer of Macy's.

Martine Reardon:

To continue to ascend in the working environment so that I could have that financial freedom.

On screen:

Elissa Skala-Bromer, President of Rebecca Minkoff.

Elissa Skala-Bromer

To finish all of our college payments and to be able to start saving some money.

On screen:

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