Women

  • 3 Pieces of Financial Advice for Widows

    Whether you yourself are currently experiencing widowhood, or you know someone who is - I want to take a moment to acknowledge your strength. When you lose a lifelong partner, there are moments where it might feel numb, as though moving forward and creating a next-steps plan is outside of your capacity. That’s completely understandable.

  • Finances During a Divorce

    Much of financial planning involves preparing for the unpleasant and unexpected. Almost half of United States couples go through a divorce at some point in their lives - and it’s a difficult process both financially and emotionally. Although money may be one of the last things on your mind right now, there are a few steps to take that can help you to line up your finances when divorce is imminent, and after you go through proceedings.

  • Women and Retirement: How to Save, Build a Budget, and Live the Retirement You Want

    The beautiful thing about retiring in today’s world is that there are no traditional expectations. As women, we are presented with countless, incredible retirement lifestyle options.

  • Women and Risk: Planning for Longevity

    Life expectancy is still steadily increasing, with no signs of slowing down. Women, in particular, have seen an extending lifespan in recent years. Right now, women have an average lifespan of 81 years! As biotechnology improves, it’s very likely that people will live well into their 90’s - or even past 100 years of age. While this is an exciting thought, it does require more detailed financial planning.

  • Women: You Need an Individual Retirement Plan

    You deserve to live a lifestyle that brings you joy - even if you outlive your partner. Creating an individual retirement plan is one way to safeguard yourself against financial scarcity during your years as a retiree, and help to prepare you for the possibility of facing retirement without your life partner by your side.

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