Category: Finance & Estate Planning

Women spend less than half of adult life in marriage- implications for retirement

A study by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College found that the average US woman now will spend less than half of her adult life as part of a married couple. This “has significant implications for financial planning,” the study’s authors note. (8/21/17 Retirement Security Smartbrief). The brief’s key findings are: Traditionally, women […]

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Should You Use a Robo-Advisor?

Should You Use a Robo-Advisor?

We break down the pros and cons. As our world becomes increasingly digitized, it’s no surprise that investment management has followed suit— online investment platforms, also known as robo-advisors, are popping up everywhere. Women are especially taking notice: According to a 2016 survey by TD Ameritrade , more women than men currently use a robo-advisor […]

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Informed Women Know More

Informed Women Know More

#womenandmoney #financialplanning Women’s graduation rates from college continue to rise, as do the number of advanced degrees earned by women. However, women earn less money over their lifetime and live longer, making financial planning a necessity, not a luxury. Discover why it is important, as a woman, to be informed about finances. Gain confidence to […]

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AgeProof Your Life

AgeProof Your Life

#ageproof #healthyandwealthy In today’s webinar, Jean Chatzky, author of the New York Times Bestseller AgeProof: Living Longer Without Running Out Of Money Or Breaking A Hip, which she co-wrote with Dr. Michael Roizen of the Cleveland Clinic, explores the vital link between health and wealth that could add years to your life and dollars to […]

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