This article is authored by Emily Lanciana of Apt Wealth Partners, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. You can read the original article on their website. Women face unique challenges when it comes to finance; factors such as the gender pay gap and increased likelihood of a career break to care for children or … Continue reading Why it’s critical that women stay on top of their finances.
Women face specific challenges when it comes to managing their money. Many women take time out of the paid workforce to care for others, which reduces their retirement savings. With a longer life expectancy than men, this often puts women in a particularly vulnerable position when it comes to their finances. To address these financial … Continue reading ASIC’s MoneySmart is encouraging women to have regular money conversations
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This article is authored by Sarah Cohen and is originally published by Dear Paris. Redundancy sparked Sandy Hutchison’s second life. Her pivot from HR director and partner—a role she had been working towards for 16 years—to business owner was, while not always easy, definitely worth it. Sandy’s business, Career Money Life, aims to empower employees in … Continue reading Mentor Moment: Entrepreneur Sandy Hutchison on starting a business, loneliness and living in the moment
This article is written by Suzanne Johnston and is originally published by Apt Wealth, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. You can view the original article here. Gender inequality and gender issues are deservedly hot topics in the media right now, particularly in relation to equal pay. But one issue that gets very little attention, yet … Continue reading Mind the gap: why women are said to retire with $200k less than men