Women Face Different Retirement Issues
When it comes to retirement planning, American women face a much different landscape than American men. The realities of life often place women in a caregiver role, first to her own children and later to older family members, during her prime earning years. For the same reason women often have lower workplace income than their males counterparts, making saving for retirement even harder. And when you add in the fact that women typically live longer than men, it’s easy to see why women face very unique challenges when it comes to planning for their so-called “golden years.” This article by Lyle Boss appearing at the Ogden, UT Standard-Examiner discusses the special considerations that women must ponder when planning their future retirement. Click here to read more.
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