Did you know?

90% of women will be in charge of family finances as a result of being single, divorced or outliving their partner.1

A 65-year-old woman has a 50% chance of reaching at least age 90, increasing the need for planning for more years in retirement and the potential for additional health care costs.2

Only about half of women feel confident about managing investments compared to more than two-thirds of men—even when they post the same financial literacy scores.3