Women Talk Money

Honest conversations about the financial realities of being a woman.

your-tax-situation_icon Moms & Money—watch our special webcast

Moms & caregivers get candid about family, finances, and planning for the future.

Virtual Events

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Women Talk Money live series

Specials guests discuss today's most pressing topics. (30 minutes)

June 9 – Rethinking retirement

July 14 – The mid-year check-in

Monthly on the 2nd Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT

The financial realities of being a woman

4 out of 10 people—men and women alike—do not realize that women need to save more for retirement. Life expectancy, the pay gap, health care costs, and career interruptions due to caregiving are all contributing factors.


Women often need more for retirement

Due to longevity and health care costs, women should plan for longer retirements. Use our 2-minute quiz to find out if you’re on the right track.

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Investing checklist (PDF)

If you’ve been thinking about investing but aren’t exactly sure how to get started, we can help. It might be less work than you realize.


Leaving work to care for loved ones

In this HerMoney podcast, Kathy Murphy, head of personal investing, gets into what it means to take care of others and how to reduce the financial impact.


Savings & spending checkup

When you know how much you have and where it goes, it can help you feel better and reach your goals sooner.


Listen in on Women Talk Money live

Join us for our monthly Q&A sessions, where we’ll talk through a broad range of topics to help you get and stay on track with your financial goals.

Upcoming episodes

  • June 9 – Rethinking retirement
  • July 14 – The mid-year check-in

Monthly on the 2nd Wednesday
1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT

What happens when women invest?

According to Fidelity research, women often don't invest outside of their retirement plans. Yet when they do it, their returns are better.

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

You can invest on your own or have us choose and manage your investments.


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.

Call us to talk about your financial future


When we work together, it's always free as part of your workplace savings plan. We'll tell you what to bring, and you can schedule a time that's convenient for you.

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