Women and Investing

Despite decreasing income disparities, women still end up with less savings and investments than men. Women are more educated, in higher positions of power, and have more confidence than ever in every part of their lives, yet more than 58% of female baby boomers have less than $10,000 saved in a pension plan or 401(k) plan. (Women's Cents Study, Women's Institute for a Secure Retirement)

 
An Oppenheimer Funds study points out that only 27 percent of men and 31 percent of women believe that women receive equal treatment from stockbrokers and financial planners. We at Key Concerns enjoy having the opportunity to educate women on saving and investing. We are women who understand financial planning and live what we preach. Our goal is to see other women prepared for retirement and have options for themselves for their entire lives.