As a financial advisor with a 90-year-old mother who I helped deal with the affairs of her 92-year-old sister, I’m acutely aware of the women’s retirement crisis. I was listening to Sallie Krawcheck on Morning Joe a few years ago as she highlighted that the face of nursing homes was decidedly female. I saw this first hand when my aunt moved from her home to a nursing home when the in-home care from my cousin was no longer enough. My aunt and my mother were from the generation that benefited from Social Security and pensions. As you know, things have changed. Let’s look at the issues that many women face today.
Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jbrewer/2018/08/21/use-planning-to-overcome-the-risks-to-womens-retirement/#714d97f93bba