Tag Archives: women and retirement
Today is International Women’s Day, a day that’s often devoted to commemorating the accomplishments of women, including their economic, social and political achievements. As a personal finance blogger, my professional interest is, of course, in the first topic: in particular, [Read more...]
Key findings from Gender Gap in Financial Literacy report: • Women are significantly behind in virtually all areas of financial knowledge. On top of that, they face more challenges in meeting their retirement and other long-term goals.
The tide has shifted, and never before have we seen so many employees focused on long-term planning. In Q3 2010, more than 1 in every 4 calls into our Financial Helpline was related to retirement planning, and in total, over [Read more...]
After a long career managing large accounts for an insurance company, Lynn Brooks is hardly a financial novice. But when she sought help from a financial adviser after her husband died, they might as well have been speaking different languages…