Retirement Planning and What Women Do Right

3102Retirement Planning and What Women Do Right

Anthony J. Ogorek | ED.D., CFP®

In a previous blog, I shared an infographic that highlighted some sad facts about women’s retirement; including lower salaries, caregiving obligations that require them to take more time off which materially impacts earnings over their career, as well as longer life expectancies. It’s true the odds are stacked against them, and they will have to be more prudent with their finances to combat the challenges they are presented with.

 

The good news is that that women are doing so many things right when it comes to retirement planning, and as you will read in this article by getting involved early in their finances, asking for help, and bringing their discipline and investment strengths to bear, they can potentially offset some of those challenges and set themselves up for a more successful savings outcome.

 

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