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.
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.
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.
More women than ever are putting off retirement
Today's women are working past the age at which their mothers and grandmothers retired.
Susan Glass: A champion for women in insurance
The national president of Women in Insurance & Financial Services is devoted helping open industry doors.
The roots of retirement uncertainty: Not knowing how much to save
Nearly 3 in 10 BlackRock survey respondents report feeling “unsure” about whether they are on track for retirement.
Women, minorities, millennials face unique retirement savings challenges
Retirement saving is more difficult for women and minorities, a white paper says, and often for reasons beyond their control.