Tag: Divorce Planning

Women are Winning the Race to Retirement Savings

March 15, 2019 | By Steven DiGregorio

  A Strong Sense of Saving   Women have become a stronger force than ever in the fight for equal pay in the workplace.  With high hopes that one day men and women will be paid equally, women seem to be winning in one area already – saving. A Vanguard study of participants in the […] READ MORE


Retirement Planning Solutions for Women

January 27, 2019 | By Steven DiGregorio

Saving for retirement isn’t easy in ordinary circumstances. But with wage growth near non-existent and underemployment ridiculously high it becomes challenging for most and even harder for most women. According to a recent study, only 62 percent of women said they were saving for retirement, just 15 percent said they were saving enough and 22 percent […] READ MORE


Successful Retirement Planning Strategies For Women

September 27, 2018 | By Steven DiGregorio

Everyone faces similar challenges in planning for their long-term financial goals, such as a successful retirement. But women seem to have a few unique obstacles to overcome. Fortunately, through a well conceived financial plan and implementing a solid strategy, women can alleviate those obstacles: Longer life expectancies – Women on average live seven years longer […] READ MORE


Saavy Women Master Financial Security

April 22, 2018 | By Steven DiGregorio

Women now comprise nearly half of the U.S. workforce, and they now earn a higher percentage of the bachelor’s and master’s degrees compared to men. So how come women’s average retirement plan balances are just 60 percent of men’s average balances?  No, it’s not because there was just a great shoe sale! CONTRIBUTING FACTORS Several […] READ MORE


4 Social Security Facts You Must Know

October 7, 2015 | By Steven DiGregorio

When it comes to Social Security, far too many retirees and future retirees are in the dark. Not only are most Americans not fully informed about the program, they don’t know how to maximize their benefits. Of course, knowing what Social Security offers and how to get the highest-possible benefits are two different things. There’s a lot […] READ MORE


The 5 Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes

May 29, 2014 | By Steven DiGregorio

You’ve worked a lifetime for what you have. You did everything right; funded your retirement plan, paid off your home early, amassed enough savings to cover future expenses and even planned to leave a financial legacy to your loved ones. Too bad your ex-spouse—and his or her kids—will inherit it all… Estate-planning mistakes are both […] READ MORE


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