Episode length 23:36
September 25, 2019
Women have made enormous gains—socially, professionally and economically—in the last few decades. And progress is being made on challenges that remain, such as the ongoing wage gap with men and balancing work with life’s other demands.
On this episode, our hosts Candace Browning, Lorna Sabbia and Marci McGregor offer practical steps and actions women can take today to help them work toward their best financial futures.
Their conversation covers a wide range of topics—from tips and ideas for negotiating salary and promotions, to how women can make longevity their “best asset” in planning for retirement. And they explain why women’s unique life journeys, which often include cycling in and out of the job market to care for children or older loved ones, call for fresh and different approaches to how they save, invest and plan for the future.
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