Retirement is different for women. Whether married, divorced, widowed or single, women should plan and prepare to fund a significantly longer retirement than do men.
The numbers confirm that women face retirement after careers altered by the wage gap with savings 43% less than those of male retirees.
Outliving men by an average of 5 years, statistics suggest that 99% of women at some point will be financially responsible for themselves and their families.
Why do a majority of single women feel their advisors do not listen to them? 70% of widowed women report firing their advisors within a year of their loss. Another study found only 12% of women feeling confident about their retirement planning.
Issues discussed at “Empowering Women For Retirement” include:
- Understanding the Statistics; and the Risks
- Your Money and Market Volatility
- Building a Realistic Foundation; and Income Streams
- Not Outliving Your Money: Case Studies and Illustrations
USA Financial & Tax Services, Senior Associate (Investment Advisor Representative)
David Weyner (Securities Licensed; Retirement Planning & Wealth Preservation, LTC Partnership certification, CT and NY). Following 20 years as a senior corporate executive, since 2007 Mr. Weyner has served financial and benefits clients around...