News Alert: When it comes to money, most women get shortchanged.
Perhaps you never thought of it … but money is really not equal between men and women.
As a matter of fact, as a woman you actually need more money than a man.
Here’s Reason #1 …
Your chances of outliving a man are greater, as well as living longer.
Women currently outlive men by 5 to 6 years and by age 100 there are approximately twice as many women than men. (take heart the oldest living person is a woman, age 122)
Here’s Reason #2 …
Your average dollar earnings over a lifetime are consistently less than a man’s.
You’ve grandmother earned 63.9% of a man’s income in 1951. In 2007 you earned 77.8%. That translates to a 13.9% increase in pay over 56 years.
Your retirement funds and pension are usually smaller than a man’s.
One of the factors affecting the final amounts is reflected in any leave of absence taken to care for children, family emergencies or elderly parents.
affected by a job loss,
a significant decline
in investments or the sudden
responsibility of being
the primary income provider due to divorce or death
then having more money becomes an even more critical issue for you.
If you’re a woman
shortchanged by lack of enough money and caught in the
of deciding on how to get more, let Money
Women and Brains show you how to tap into the natural brilliance of your feminine brain.
After all, why not go to the source - your feminine brain, the one who knows you better than anyone else.