In honor of Women’s History Month, this edition of Next Gen Connections is dedicated to all of you powerful women out there! In general, women invest differently than men. Women tend to look at the big picture and plan for the long-term therefore being more consistent and conservative. And Millennial/Gen X women are quickly becoming theprimary breadwinners in their households. For this reason, among many others, it’s important for women to get a basic understanding of their finances and not be afraid to ask for help when they need it. That’s where Thorley Wealth Management steps in. Regardless of what stage you’re at in life, we can help. These articles are a good place to start. And if you’re looking for a little extra inspiration, check out these 10 women that have made financial history!
Women have more opportunities today to achieve financial success than ever before. Yet on their path to financial security, women face many obstacles that their male counterparts don't. Watch this short videoto learn about some of these challenges and what you can do to overcome them.
One of the best things you can do for yourself and your family is to be prepared to manage your finances responsibly. Whether you have always been managing your money or you are new to it, there are certain investor traits that can be advantageous to anyone.Read more...
Women often face special challenges when it comes to planning for retirement. For example, if they are the primary caregiver for their family, their career may be interrupted to care for children or elderly parents. Spending less time in the workforce often means their retirement plan balances, Social Security benefits and pension benefits are lower. Here are some tips to help you manage these financial challenges.