• International Women's Day

Financial Thoughts for International Women’s Day

Every March 8, we reflect on the financial progress women have made (and still need to make).
By |March 8th, 2017|Family, Finances, Financial Article, Live Invested|
  • behavior gap

Bag Lady Syndrome

No woman wants to end up a “bag lady” – impoverished, out of options, left to fend for herself on the streets. Only a tiny percentage of women from affluent households will experience this retirement nightmare, but that does not mean the risk should be dismissed.
By |July 12th, 2016|Financial Article|
  • How Women Can Narrow the Retirement Saving Gender Gap

How Women Can Narrow the Retirement Saving Gender Gap

A gap in some aspects of financial literacy was also notable. Just 67% of pre-retiree women responded that they had a general knowledge of investment classes compared to 84% of their male peers.
By |December 14th, 2015|Financial Article|
  • How can women save more for retirement?

How Can Women Save More for Retirement?

Suggestions to accelerate & maintain the pace of the effort.

Numerous articles have mentioned the obstacles women can face as they save for retirement. Turning from the negative, here are some positive factors that may help women save more.

Financial literacy. Learning about investing, retirement topics and the markets is step one. An appreciation and understanding of […]

By |April 16th, 2015|Financial Article|
  • Women & Money: Moving from the Moment into the Future

Women & Money: Moving from the Moment into the Future

Shifting the focus from the short term to the long term.

How many short-term financial decisions do you make each week? You probably make more than a few.

They may feel routine. They may demand your attention, day in and day out. Yet in managing these day-to-day issues, you may be drawn away from making the long-term […]

By |October 1st, 2014|Financial Article|
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