Women and Finance Series - Part 1 - Dealing with Divorce and Finances
Coyle Financial Counsel Partner's Heather Coulter sat down with Steve Savant to discuss a wide range of topics with regard to women and finance. We will be posting a series here, highlighting the most important insights from Heather's discussion.
Steve Savant shared the following about this first clip:
Women have more power and earning potential than ever before. They now make up the majority of college graduates, represent nearly half the labor force and are the primary breadwinners in 42 percent of households,” says Bast, who cited The Shriver Report published in 2014. “Because they’re balancing careers and families with philanthropic pursuits and other projects, however, they often place others ahead of themselves.”
Most women will spend at least part of their life on their own, either never marry or lose a spouse to divorce or death. This means many are forced to manage their own finances in their later years without support from a partner.
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Posted on Fri, April 3, 2015
by Wheaton Wealth Partners