Women often need to save more for retirement

Life expectancy, health care costs, and career interruptions can be contributing factors to why we need more. Our new series, Women Talk Money, can help.

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What to consider in times of uncertainty

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for illustrative purposes onlyEach month, you'll get inspired by stories of women just like you who have demanded more from their money and taken action. We'll also answer your financial questions and show you how to put your money to work and help you reach your goals today and tomorrow.

See how others put their money to work to reach their goals

9 out of 10 women say they're saving for more than one goal, such as a family vacation, kids' college, buying a new home. Only a third thinks they're on track. Let us show you how to make your savings work for your future.2

Taking control of her financial health when stepping away from the workforce

A 41-year-old mom of 2, Leslie decided to take charge of her money in her 30s. "It wasn't like I had a half million dollars. I started by deciding where to invest $5,000."

Working with an advisor so she can focus on building a business and raising a family

A 42-year-old business owner, Nicale was juggling marriage, kids, and work. "I was so focused on my financial success that my personal savings took a back seat."

Pushing restart with her finances after a divorce

A 54-year-old with 2 grown children, Debra had to restart her financial life after a divorce. "I'm not very market savvy and felt I needed a guiding hand to help me along."

See how much you can earn by investing

Here's how your money might have grown if you invested $25,000 over 5 years in an average market—with a traditional savings account compared to different investing strategies.3

Hypothetical example: if you invest $25,000 and held it for 5 years in an average market; after 5 years, you might have $25,059 in a traditional savings account, $25,780 in a 5-year locked savings account, or $29,129 in a Growth Investment mix.

The investment strategies presented here have different fees, guarantees, and risks, and you should carefully consider these prior to investing. Learn how we calculate these estimates.

Try with your own goals

The hypothetical accounts are based on historical returns. Keep in mind that past performance does not guarantee future results.

Conquering money stress

One of the biggest anxiety producers for women is money; more than 85% of women are stressed about it across all backgrounds and incomes2—can you relate? Learn 3 secrets to conquering money stress—from women for women.

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