With life insurance, you don’t get a mulligan. You either have it when you die or you don’t. What will you leave for your family? More bills or security? Read More
Saturday, February 22nd, 2014 and is filed under Financial News, Financial Planning Blogs, Insurance-based products, Investing for Women - Did You Know?, Products & Investments, Rebranding Annuities, Saving for Retirement
There’s no question that finance is traditionally a male-dominated industry. Though the number of female financial professionals has increased dramatically over the last several years, there is a lingering sense among many female consumers that they are not part of the club when it comes to fully understanding and controlling their finances.
A recent study conducted by Prudential on women’s financial attitudes and behaviors highlights several areas in which women feel they are not financially empowered. In fact, the study reports as few as 22% of women feel well-qualified to make financial decisions, and the majority of women are not working with a financial advisor.
The main goal of Women, Money and Power is to put women in the driver’s seat when it comes to their money. By becoming educated and empowered on financial issues, women can cut through intimidating jargon and fast-talking sales pitches to make sound decisions based on facts – not emotions. Read More
Hitting that century mark or even living well into our nineties is hard to fathom––so much so, that a lot of us are guilty of just ignoring the “what ifs” of making it that far in life. However, for women, facts show that we ARE living longer and longer. This is great news but living longer may create some pretty severe financial challenges. It’s a smart idea to put a solid long term care plan in place, either by saving for it or through long term care insurance planning … the sooner, the better. Read More
Everywhere we turn we hear the warnings of the coming fiscal cliff. It’s the top story in the news. The financial world is on fire. Wall Street is holding its breath. Businesses are scrambling to protect their assets from the “imminent” fiscal cliff.
What exactly is this “fiscal cliff”? Is it just a bunch of media and political hype? Or should you be concerned and trying to protect your retirement savings from financial disaster? Read More