When it comes to decisions about money, women and men see things differently.
The typical “techie” is not necessarily male, as evidenced by the fortunes women have earned in the field.
When it comes to money and investing, lack of confidence can be costly for women.
Women know the power of investing, but lack some confidence.
Over the past 4 1/2 years, 10 million jobs have been added to private sector payrolls with 4.1 million jobs going to women.
Because women earn less and save less then their counterparts, they might need to work longer.
If you want to be rich, it helps to know where you have the best shot at earning your millions.
The financial needs of both spouses should be addressed in a financial planning relationship.
Their beliefs may not match up with their actions, but young adults are financially confident.
Women are just as eager as men to reap market returns, but are less likely to plan for retirement.