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Strategic Retirement Planning Guarantees a Woman’s Future

November 1, 2009 by  
Filed under Planning, Retirement

By Amanda E Clark

If you are reading this article, the current economy probably has you a little worried about your future. If you are a woman and you are concerned about retirement planning you must know that it is never too late to take an interest in planning your financial future. Regardless if you are single, married, divorced or widowed, it is imperative that you know how you are going to live when you retire.

There are many retirement planning tools available to you on the internet when you begin or continue to plan for your retirement. One of the most important things as a woman that you need to remember is that you should never attempt this on your own and you should always consult with someone who has both your best interests at heart and holds your trust.

Be Smart Before You Retire and Live Well!

Even if retirement seems like a long way into the future, it is important that if you have not started planning for your golden years, that you start today, as in right now. Women of all ages consistently do not plan enough or do not plan properly for their retirement. In fact, a staggering statistic reads that of the sixty-two million wage and salaried women workers in the United States between the ages of 21 and 64, less than half, only forty five percent actually choose to participate in a retirement plan at work if it is offered to them. What needs to be focused on here is the fact that between women and men, it is women who have the longer life spans! So how are you going to take care of yourself, if there is no one else to do so?

There is no good excuse to not think of your future or to believe that someone else other than you should be responsible for your retirement planning.

Take Charge and Celebrate Your Independence!

Finally, always realize that there are retirement planning professionals out there who have your best interests as a woman at heart and want to help you take charge of your future. Studies show that when a woman consults a retirement planning professional to speak about retirement planning that the chances of being able to have enough money for their retirement significantly increases.

In addition, it is incredibly important for you as a woman to consult with a professional on retirement planning to understand how you will be affected financially if you are divorced or widowed. There are many ways to protect your interests and your assets if you find yourself alone.

Retirement planning is not a subject that is strictly for men. As an educated woman, you must understand that you have to be responsible for your own retirement planning and take charge of your financial future.

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