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Women and Money: 5 Steps To Take Back Control After COVID-19

Women have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. Over 2 million American women have left the labor force since February 2020.[1] Many have lost jobs in sectors of the economy where female employees dominate, like hospitality, restaurants, retail and healthcare.[2] With many women filling jobs that cannot easily be performed remotely, they have been forced to […]

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Women: This Is What Your Future Health Care Will Cost

Women, wondering how much you need to set aside to cover your health care costs in retirement? The amount you’ll need is a cool $156,000. That’s the amount a healthy 65-year old woman will need to save to have a 90 percent chance of covering her total health costs in retirement (note: this amount EXCLUDES […]

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Stay-at-Home Spouse? 5 Ways To Not Get Left Behind For Retirement

Being the stay-at-home spouse isn’t easy. When it comes to securing your financial future, it’s too easy to get left behind. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Whether the spouse at home is a “he” or a “she” (although over 80% are female), it takes some special knowledge and a little extra effort to make sure your financial needs are addressed. […]

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