10 alarming facts about women and retirement risks
In recognition of National Women's History Month in March and International Women's Day on March 8, Transamerica released a study on retirement vulnerabilities unique to women.
Women are household CFOs, but barriers remain at work
Women are often left out when money talk starts with a financial professional — even when mom heads up the family finances. Millennials aren't having it.
4 ways to bridge the $12 trillion life insurance gap
A recent LIMRA study points to a significant underinsured life insurance market. Here’s where the biggest opportunities are to fill that need.
Forward-thinking advisors focus on women
More than 90 percent of women report an overwhelming unhappiness with the financial services they’re receiving.
Treasury economist finds women need help with LTC costs
The report could be in the air when policymakers are designing tax proposals.
4 reasons why women need life insurance
While health, auto and homeowners insurance are often top of mind among women, life insurance tends to slip through the cracks.
Industry veteran Joe Jordan sees opportunities aplenty
Digital advice lacks one crucial element: the ability to create meaningful, personal relationships founded on trust, says MetLife's former senior vice president.
You risk a ragged retirement if you’re counting on these numbers
Shorter career spans, longer lifespans and the gender pay gap mean women need to save a lot more than men do for retirement.
Divorce is destroying retirement
Divorce has been linked to extended work and higher poverty levels.
Women failing to max out Social Security benefits in retirement
Eight in 10 retired women collecting Social Security benefits took those benefits early, locking in a lower lifetime income, according to Nationwide's "2016 Social Security Study."