The start of a new year is a great time to re-evaluate your finances and retirement savings plan. With that in mind, I thought it would also be a good time to take a trip through the Women on Business archives to find some great articles about retirement and finances that you might have missed.
Whether you’re nearing retirement age or not, and whether you’re self-employed or employed by a Fortune 500 company, retirement savings should always be a priority. Take a look through some of the articles below to learn why and how.
Retirement Options for the Self-Employed: Women on Business contributor Bethany Wood discusses investment options for self-employed women (and men).
Small Business Financial Tips from Jean Chatzky: In this News and Insights update, financial expert Jean Chatzky reveals some must-read financial tips for small businesses.
Retirement-Age Women Twice as Likely than Men to Live in Poverty: This July 2012 News and Insights update features key statistics showing just how far behind women are financially during retirement due to the gender wage gap they face throughout their careers.
Suze Orman Speaks to Women on Business Readers: Suze Orman speaks directly to the Women on Business audience about savings and retirement in a special video.
3 Steps to Prepare, Protect and Prosper Your IRA: In this timeless article, investment expert Lisa Moren Bromma shares specific steps you should take to protect your retirement accounts.
Business Women are Poorer in Retirement than Their Male Counterparts: From 2008, this article shows that the problems women face in retirement due to the gender wage gap have been going on for a long time.
There are many websites where you can find information and help so you can prepare for your retirement. The Women on Business Businesswomen Bloggers Directory is filled with financial blogs, and most financial companies offer websites dedicated to retirement planning. For example, Citibank offers Women & Co. and TD Group Financial Services offers its Get Saving site as shown in the video below.
What are your favorite sites to learn about investing? Leave a comment and share your picks!