Majority of women say the pandemic has negatively impacted their ability to retire - The Investment News

A recent Nationwide survey found almost 75 percent of women say the pandemic has negatively impacted their ability to retire. The survey also found women investors reported “significantly higher levels of concern about U.S. economic recession in the next 12 months than they did in 2019.” Ann Bair, senior vice president of marketing for Nationwide Financial said “while women are acutely aware of the challenges they face, they must take steps now to address the gaps in their retirement plan.” In Mary Beth Franklin’s column for Investment News, she discusses the need for advisers and financial professionals to understand women’s retirement planning needs and help them establish a plan to manage through the current uncertainty. Read Ms. Franklin’s column here…

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