Workplace Inequalities Force Women To Plan For Retirement Differently
(By – Jamie Hopkins, Forbes)
With over sixty million baby boomers reaching age 65 in the next twenty years, many people are just beginning to plan for the vast challenges and opportunities presented in retirement. While proper retirement income planning is crucial to a dignified and secure retirement, planning will not look the same for everyone. One’s gender and demographics will shape when, how, and why he or she plans for retirement. While an individual’s savings, profession, family, and education are all important factors when planning for retirement, gender is often under represented as a crucial factor impacting retirement. Read more…
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