American women today are playing financial catch-up and they're winning. Whether young and starting their first jobs; re-entering the job market; divorced or recently widowed, women are preparing for their first entre into the world of life insurance, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and taxes. They're learning that if they want to travel the road to financial security, they had better learn to map the trip themselves.
- Women and Life Insurance
Life insurance pays off mortgages, funds college educations if the income earner can't be there, and guarantees that the spouse won't have to sell the home or otherwise suffer a severe drop in standard of living.
- A Working Woman's Most Important Job
We all find it hard to prepare for the long term. Most women face some unique challenges. That's why it's important for you to prepare for your financial future.
- Why Women Need to Plan for Their Retirement
If you're looking forward to enjoying a peaceful, comfortable retirement someday, you're not alone. By age 65, five out of six people have hung up the briefcase or tool belt and retired.
- Social Security and Women
While differences in the treatment of men and women under the U.S. Social Security program are now virtually nonexistent, differences in the typical work patterns of men and women have significant effects on the benefits that they receive.
- Ten Steps To Building Wealth for the Future
Why is financial independence so important?
- The Importance of Life Insurance for the Work-at-Home Spouse
The loss of a stay-at-home parent is emotionally devastating for a family. Unfortunately, it can cause serious financial difficulties, as well.
- Women Are Flexing Their Business Muscles
A whole generation of women entrepreneurs is achieving solid business success.
- The Importance of Financial Protection for Senior Women
It is important for everyone to be financially prepared for their senior years. As life expectancy has increased, so has the chance of outliving one's savings.
- Longevity & Women
One family's story.
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