October 25, 2012
A Dozen Things Women Need to Know
While Squared Away’s goal is to increase everyone’s understanding of how their behavior affects their financial security, substantial attention has been paid to women.
Since going live in May 2011, this blog has posted numerous articles on women’s unique – and often more challenging – financial concerns. Women earn less, live longer, save less for retirement, and are more likely than men to take on the financial burdens associated with caring for children or elderly parents.
Single and Living on the Financial Edge
Will Marriage Be Good For Your Savings Account?
Married Women Catch Up to Single Coworkers
He’s a Rabid Saver. She’s a Footloose Spender
At Least Women Admit What They Don’t Know About Money
You Are Not Alone: Half of All Women Have Retirement Anxiety
Water Cooler Talk About Finance
How Much Should You Save for Retirement? Less If You Start Young
Boomer Moms, Take Care of Yourself For Once
Women: Beware of Bad Social Security Advice
Women Do Learn About Finance – As Their Husbands Age
A Financial Advisor Helps her Widowed “Sisters”
What is your biggest or deepest financial concern? Email us your answer below!