Women and Finances

Today’s women are impacting more communities, juggling more responsibilities, owning more businesses and making more life-changing decisions than ever before.  In fact,

  • The majority of American women are now the primary breadwinners of their households.1
  • Women own more than half of this country’s wealth.2
  • Women are the largest group of minority business owners in the U.S.3
  • The majority of all bachelor’s and master’s degrees awarded today are earned by women.2

Despite these trends, a study on Financial Experience and Behaviors Among Women found that women were twice as likely as men to describe themselves as financial "beginners.1  Additionally, a 2015 lifehealthpro.com article noted that the average woman’s retirement savings is 40% less than the average savings for men and that women still earn ¼ less than men.

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1 Source: "Financial Experience and Behaviors Among Women." (2012-2013 Prudential Research Study)

2 Source: "Producer Success - Does Gender Matter?" Mary Quist-Newins, CLU, ChFC, CFP
Does Gender Matter?

3 Source: https://www.nwbc.gov/sites/default/files/NWBC%20Final%20Narrative%20Report.pdf