Retirement planning is different for women

Women are the primary breadwinners in 40 percent of U.S. households, and control $14 trillion of the nation’s personal wealth – a number that is on the rise. However, women historically have let men plan for retirement, but that is changing. In Larry Light’s column for Forbes, he talks with the Diane Bourdo, president of the Humphreys Group in San Francisco, and author of the book, Rewriting the Rules: Telling Truths About Women and Money, and discuss how retirement planning is different for women. Read his interview here…

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