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The Long Run: Women and Retirement
Find Balance with your Needs and your Responsibilities
Women face a number of specific challenges when it comes to their personal finances. Jay Ennis provides resources and information designed for hard-working women who want to try to make the best use of their money to gain financial independence. A few of the challenges women face are
Start with free, no obligation financial resources and information designed for your unique circumstances. All personal information remains private and you decide whether or not to continue to receive information. It's a hassle-free way to start gaining some control over your financial life. Here are a few samples (CLICK on a Title below to open it in a new page).
If you're an investment outsider or a time-challenged professional who wants to be at peace with your money, these resources are a great start. Sometimes it's far more efficient to have a conversation. If that's the case for you, please feel welcome to schedule a time that works for you to talk about your questions.
What questions do you have about your financial life? Click on the link below to get a list of helpful resources. It's free, there's no obligation, your information will remain private and you decide if you want to continue to get communications.
Social Security: By the Numbers
Suddenly Single: 3 Steps to Take Now
Take a look at these tools created to help assess your personal finances. They are valuable "eye-openers" that can help you quickly get an idea of where you stand and what you should consider to get started on the right path toward a successful plan.
Ten questions to measure your current financial well-being and see steps you can take to improve it
Eight questions to assess your Financial Capabilities Scale
Jane Bond: Scaling the Ladder
Should You Tap Retirement Savings to Fund College?
Dreaming Up an Active Retirement