Reasons Women Need To Save More For Retirement

In this male dominated society, women always seem to be holding the shorter end of the stick. Women generally tend to earn less than their male counterparts. Although the society is gradually changing in terms of recognizing the equality between genders, it has so far been slow moving. On the long term, aging women may have the unfortunate situation of preparing for their retirement poorly. Women generally have to

Posted by Ardent Editor on Oct 17 2015 in Women & Retirement Tags: , , , ,


Women and Retirement

Retirement can be perceived differently, depending on who you are talking to. For the well-prepared, retirement is usually anticipated with excitement. For those who are ill-prepared, retirement can be an increasing concern. Women may also look at retirement in a different way. There are certain factors that may make retirement for many women a bit more challenging. Here are some of them. Longer average life span O

Posted by Ardent Editor on Jul 10 2015 in Women & Retirement Tags: , , ,


Retirement Advice For Women

Preparing for retirement is a lifelong process. You need to save up early in life to ensure that you have a comfortable retirement life. The conditions may sometimes be different for men as that with women. Retirement planning is quite challenging for many women. It is a big concern realizing that many women, housewives particularly, do not have the means to save considerably for their retirement. They most have to

Posted by Ardent Editor on Feb 21 2014 in Women & Retirement Tags: , , ,


Tips for Women to Save for Retirement

Women are more likely to experience retirement crisis more than men do. That is because, demographically, women tend to outlive men, experience job interruptions more and are not as knowledgeable about money saving. In addition, they spend more than men do. These facts reflect statistically to the truth that women are more likely to suffer from poverty, especially that of single women. The truth that women earn less income than men do is enough a wakeup call to make the right measures to save fo…

Posted by Ardent Editor on Oct 13 2008 in Women & Retirement


Why Single Women Should Save for Retirement?

Saving up for retirement should start early on, especially while still single. Women should plan about retirement most of all because in the United States, the women usually get the short end of the stick. While women need the same monthly income as men to support their needs, they traditionally earn less than men and are more prone to have broken work patterns or part time jobs. This is why it is no surprise that only about 35 percent of single women plan for retirement.Still not convinced on s…

Posted by Ardent Editor on Aug 21 2008 in Women & Retirement


Money Saving Tips for Women

Women need to find better ways of saving more for their retirement. Considering that women on the majority earn a bit less than men, it is important that women should find more ways to save a bit more of their income in order to enjoy a comfortable retirement. Here are some ways in which women may be able to find opportunities to save just a bit more. Save the RaiseA raise would really be a happy event for everyone. It can also be a good opportunity to save more. How a woman would be able to han…

Posted by Ardent Editor on Jan 16 2008 in Women & Retirement


Things Women Should Consider When Retiring

Because women face a different set of challenges when it comes to retirement, they also need to have different approaches when it comes to preparing themselves for the day that they retire. Understanding your key concerns are vital for having a workable and doable retirement plan. We have already tackled some of the reasons why women are different from men when it comes to retirement. We already know that women, in general, still earn less than their men counterparts. It is also a fact that wome…

Posted by Ardent Editor on Jun 12 2007 in Women & Retirement


Women Retirement Issues

Because women face a different set of challenges when it comes to retirement, they also need to have different approaches when it comes to preparing themselves for the day that they retire. Understanding your key concerns are vital for having a workable and doable retirement plan. We have already tackled some of the reasons why women are different from men when it comes to retirement. We already know that women, in general, still earn less than their men counterparts. It is also a fact that wome…

Posted by Ardent Editor on Jun 1 2007 in Women & Retirement


Women Face Additional Retirement Challenges

Women face challenges that often make it more difficult for them than men to adequately save for retirement. In light of these challenges, women need to pay special attention to making the most of their money.Women tend to earn less than men and work fewer years. Women tend to change jobs or work part time more often, and they interrupt their careers to raise children. Consequently, they are less likely to qualify for company-sponsored retirement plans or receive the full benefits of those plans…

Posted by Ardent Editor on Feb 21 2007 in Women & Retirement


  • Sponsors