Women and Retirement: Investing in More than "Back to Work"
It’s no secret that women carried the majority of COVID-related job losses. As we continue to study the impact that leaving the workforce has on women, Financial Advisor recently reported a headline-worthy takeaway: “Women’s Biggest Financial Regrets: Not Investing More Tops List.”
Women and Retirement: Perceptions Are Not Always Reality
One of the top, self-reported reasons some women don’t invest is because we don’t feel confident enough. But there’s some good news for those of us teetering on the edge of investing or investing more – this perceived lack of confidence often has nothing to do with actual performance. Many women who invest outperform their male counterparts.
Women and Retirement: A Face Behind the Facts and Figures
Women born amidst the baby boom (1946 to 1964) came of age believing that they could have it all: equality, family, careers, fitness, and prosperity. But, somewhere in this quest to “have it all”, we lost time. Leisure time in America remains “stubbornly gendered”.