Articles of Interest
Women’s Financial Health Hits Five-Year Low, According To New Survey
A new survey reveals women’s financial health is at a five-year low, and women are now spending significant time worrying about their finances. Inflation and recession fears combined with concerns like reproductive rights and access to childcare leave women fretting about their financial woes more than their male counterparts.
One of Europe's Biggest Banks Told to Fix Women's Unequal Pay
BNP Paribas SA was told by French judges it shouldn’t have excluded bonuses from its calculations to close the gender pay gap, in a ruling that’s likely to have ramifications for the local banking industry.
Female Private Equity Fund Manager Finds A White Space
In search of higher returns and relatively stable investments, high-net-worth individuals (HNWI) are allocating more to alternative investments, such as private equity, writes Chris Cumming in The Wall Street Journal. For those who can accept a potentially greater level of risk, alternatives that have low or no correlation to public markets also provide portfolio diversification.
Personal Finance Expert and Author of 'Money Management: From Grade School to Grad School' Shares His Top Financial Advice for Women in Their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s
As women are moving up in their careers, starting businesses, investing and making more money, their financial goals and needs are constantly changing.
Family Planning Financials, According to a Financial Advisor
The professional world isn't kind to mothers, and it starts before you even decide to have a child. Knowing the stats is one thing, that motherhood costs women $16,000 a year in lost wages, or that women's salaries peak earlier than men's, or that men see salary increases when they become fathers, but deciding how to use those stats in your own decision-making is an emotional process in and of itself.