Empowering women to reach new financial heights
While female financial confidence in money management is higher than ever, women still face unique challenges as they seek to achieve their financial goals. It’s time to take charge of your financial future.
American women are leading the way as business owners and entrepreneurs. They oversee household purchasing decisions and control the majority of wealth. Despite these gains, women still face unique challenges that make planning a priority
Women now control 52% of wealth, which is expected to grow to an estimated two-thirds by 2030.
National Association of Women Business Owners, 2017.
Only about half of women feel confident about managing investments compared to more than two-thirds of men.
BMO Financial Group, 2023.
Women are adding to their assets at a rate of $5 trillion per year globally.
Boston Consulting Group, Women in Wealth, Managing the Next Decade of Women’s Wealth, 2020.
From finance to construction, sectors historically led by men are benefiting from a female perspective.
Women tend to be the primary caregivers for aging parents and spouses. Nearly two-thirds of dementia caregivers in the United States are female.
The advancement of women in the workforce – and in their own homes – directly translates into influence and prosperity, fueling the nation’s economy.
Three female entrepreneurs who saw opportunity in inopportune times were rewarded for the risks they took.
A financial advisor is like a personal trainer. With links between financial fitness and physical health, it pays to take a preventative approach.
Beliefs about spending and wealth often form during childhood and can fuel negative financial behaviors. Thankfully, these habits can be changed.
Kids in elementary school can learn about saving if you make it fun and visual. Teach basic investing early to instil healthy financial habits.
Baby Boomer women often make choices for themselves, children, spouses and parents – and their economic influence can no longer be overlooked.
Despite progress since the 19th Amendment, there’s still a deficit in financial confidence among women.
We’ve created a practical guide designed to comprehensively assess your financial health and identify actionable steps you can take to build more confidence in your plans for tomorrow.
The workbook also contains several hands-on worksheets you can use to write your own financial story.
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