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Taking Charge: Helping Baby-Boomer Women Through Financial Transition – By Rhonda Ducote

A Financial Poise column exposing the gender gap in investment management and wealth strategies, and why the industry needs to pay more attention to “Boomer” women in transition.

Inheriting the Family’s Finances: Helping Boomer Women Survive Financial Transitions

As the baby boomer generation ages, women outlive their husbands more often than not. Too often, the couple’s financial advisors sit across from aggrieved widows who were not involved in money decisions. In this situation, what can boomer women (and their advisors) do to ease the pain and burden?


Joining the Conversation: What a Wife Needs to Know About Her Family’s Finances

For many boomer women, the subject of family finances is not an easy one to tackle. Men may feel it is their responsibility or duty to handle this (stereotypically masculine) topic without burdening their spouses.


$30 Trillion Wealth Transfer: Most Advisors Miss This Critical Step

It is likely that Boomer women were largely uninvolved in their family’s finances throughout their lives. Males and females tend to have different priorities when it comes to managing their finances, and a woman advisor can be invaluable in helping to cater to these needs and make women feel more comfortable throughout the process.


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