Despite being more educated and financially empowered than past generations, some women may still be insecure when it comes to investments, retirement planning and their financial future. While more and more women are responsible for handling their family finances, they might feel overwhelmed with all of the options and decisions required when planning for retirement income and for leaving a legacy.
On the flip-side: How do married women who are the family breadwinner manage their family’s finances? At the 2015 Financial Planning Association conference in Boston, Eileen O’Connor, managing principal of Hemington Wealth Management, addressed that question.
“These women are making the majority of the money for the household…They’re definitely taking the responsibility for more and more of the financial planning aspects,” said O’Connor.
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