Everyone wants financial security. Yet women often face financial headwinds that can affect their ability to achieve it. The good news is that women today have never been in a better position to achieve financial security for themselves and their families.
Today, women have more financial responsibilities than ever before. How will your family or loved ones manage financially if you die? Whether you are single, married, employed, or a stay-at-home mom, you probably need life insurance.
The more money you make, the more valuable you perceive your time to be — and the more time-strapped you may feel, according to University of British Columbia psychology professor Elizabeth Dunn.1 So wouldn’t it stand to reason that if you
One of the first steps in building long-term financial security is to establish emergency funds – these are funds that you can tap into in the event you lose your job, you have unexpected expenses due to an accident or
Women face special challenges when planning for retirement. According to the Department of Labor,1 women are more likely than men to work in part-time jobs that don’t qualify for a retirement plan. And women are more likely to interrupt their
Women face special challenges when planning for retirement. Because their careers are often interrupted to care for children or elderly parents, women may spend less time in the workforce and earn less money than men in the same age group.
If you are a member of the Baby Boomer generation and will soon reach traditional retirement age, you are probably wondering when would be the best time to apply for Social Security benefits. This short presentation provides an overview of