Women on Wealth
On average, women will live longer than men, take time away from employment for caring responsibilities, earn less in gainful employment and retire with less.
Relying on Government legislation to resolve these issues, is not a solution in itself, nor is changing social and lifestyle expectations, though it may help. Women need to look after themselves. This involves increasing your financial literacy and planning, not just for the next week, month or year ahead, but for the next decade and beyond. I strongly recommend starting with ASIC's MoneySmart - Women's Money Toolkit.
If you want to build and protect your financial future, speak to a financial planner who understands the challenges and realities that you live. Now is the best time to start securing your financial future.
Contact Mary Favelle on 0419017045 or email@example.com for a confidential discussion about your goals, thoughts and needs.