1/26/2015 – Why Women Are Worse Prepared Than Men for Retirement (Money)

Jan 26, 2015 Comments Off by

Women outpace men when it comes to saving, but they need to be more aggressive in their investing.

One helpful metric is the data collected from IRA plan administrators across the country by the Employment Benefit Research Institute (EBRI.) The study found that although men and women contribute almost the same to their IRAs on average—$3,995 for women and $4,023 for men in 2012—men wind up with much larger nest eggs over time. 

Read the full article at Money. 

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