11/6/2015 – Women Are Beating Men at Retirement Savings

Nov 07, 2015 Comments Off by

In the U.S., the average woman is expected to live five years longer than the average man—a fact that leads to the financial advice that women should probably save more for retirement.

A new white paper from Vanguard finds that not only are women overall 14 percent more likely than men to participate in workplace-savings plans, women are crushing men in participation rate at every income level. For women earning less than $100,000, the participation rate is 20 percent higher than that of men.

Read the full article at The Atlantic.

Financial Security 2015, Longevity News 2015

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