Join us as Robert talks through an article that is an excerpt from a book by Larry Swedroe, a prolific financial author. Women are statistically more likely to retire in poverty and Larry points out several reasons for this, including the wage gap, women living longer, working fewer years, more conservative investors, not satisfied with current financial industry, more likely to bear the physical, emotional and financial brunt of caring for family, and more likely to die single, divorced or widowed.
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