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Unique Financial Challenges for Women

Our mission is to bring financial awareness to women, help you understand the unique challenges that you may face throughout your life and how to navigate them. This site provides tools and resources to help you ask the right questions, understand finances and manage yours successfully.

A Time for Care: Connecting Caregiving to Finances
Learn how proactive planning and critical conversations can help you care for both your finances and loved ones.
What are your financial firsts
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If you start your working life out with good financial habits, like saving early and taking advantage of benefits, you'll put your future self on stronger financial footing.

Middle life: Trying to have it all
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With so many concerns to juggle mid-life, know how marriage, kids and caregiving can impact your finances so you can plan well and stay on solid ground.

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Later life: How can you finesse your finances?
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Even in later life, there are actions you can take to keep your finances strong and your lifestyle secure – and it's ok to ask for help when you need it.

Boost your retirement readiness
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Even in later life, there are actions you can take to keep your finances strong and your lifestyle secure – and it's ok to ask for help when you need it.

Ahead of Your Time: Build Financial Confidence
Empower yourself to ask questions and get help understanding key financial decisions at different points in your life.
When Women Are Called on as Caregivers
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Women could be called on as caregivers in many ways and at different life stages, so it's important to know what those might be.

For Women, Caregiving Has Financial Consequences
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Caregiving, whether for children or other family members, has financial consequences that women need to consider.

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How Women Prepare to Care
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There are some effective ways that women can prepare financially to be caregivers, even if the call to care comes as a surprise.

Having the caregiving conversations
Having the caregiving conversations
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Part of being a good caregiver is talking to those who will need care and those who might help you give it - so everyone's on the same page with needs and expectation.

Make living costs real for kids
Make living costs real for kids
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Teaching your kids to make smart money decisions could be good for them and for you as a caregiver, because it helps them become financially independent adult.

Your Time Is Now: Getting started
Abstract: Get help navigating women's financial challenges like boosting your retirement saving and financially planning for a longer life.
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Don't Get Frazzled by Finances
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No one expects you to be a financial expert. What you don't know can only hurt you if you don't ask. Getting answers could boost your confidence.

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Take Charge of Transition Points
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Life events and financial decisions go hand in hand. The more you understand the financial implications of life events, the better you can manage around them.

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Be an Open Book
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Conversations with financial advisors must start from a point of trust. Get comfortable asking any question, because the answer could matter a lot to your financial health.

The Time Is Now: Face Your Finances
Get a head start by knowing your options and setting financial priorities.
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The Longevity Challenge
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Great news - women are living longer, healthier lives. But that's expensive, so plan now to meet these higher costs in retirement.

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Decision Savvy
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Women who understand the financial consequences that come with the many choices they have today can make better planning decisions.

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Put Financial Fears to Bed
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Don't wonder whether you've planned enough for a secure future. Get help! Financial confidence comes from knowing what questions to ask.

54%
of advised women surveyed
strongly agree they wouldn’t meet their long-term financial goals without their financial advisor*
strongly agree they wouldn’t meet their long-term financial goals without their financial advisor*

Start the Conversation With an Advisor

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Why Work With an Advisor?

Women's finances are all about taking control and having choices. Why not work with an expert who can help make that possible?

How Do You Find an Advisor?

It’s a matter of what, where and how. There are several organizations that can help get you started. Check the links below.

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*METHODOLOGY: MFS Investment Management reexamined the research behind its Heritage Planning program by conducting a study among individual investors in the United States. The sample totaled 2,000 respondents (998 females and 1,002 males). Among female respondents, 181 were Gen Y investors, 332 Gen X investors, 382 baby boom investors and 115 silent generation investors. To qualify, individual investors must have $50K or more in household income, own at least one mutual fund, have at least 1% of their assets under advisement (i.e., using a financial advisor), and make or share in the financial decision making for their household. The survey was conducted from December 14, 2016, to January 9, 2018. MFS was not identifed as the sponsor of the survey.