Realistically, there is only one way out of our predicament.
People are living longer and having far more active old ages than ever before. But great as this is, it presents a problem: outliving your money. And women are both doing more — and worrying more.
Women aren't any worse at managing money than men are — so why do financial advisors act like ladies are clueless spendthrifts?
Which is great news! If you live in a city, anyhow. And are under 30. And don't have kids. And...
How would you travel if money were no object? Perhaps, like Beyoncé and Jay-Z, you'd rent a 180-foot, Italian-made Benetti Luxury yacht that goes for $377,000… a week. Worth it? Let's take a look.
In the NY Times blog Economix, Nancy Folbre tackles the idea women are "nicer" than men, which hurts how much they earn for a living. Good times!
Part 5.5 of Latoya's series.
In their February 2010 issue, Marie Claire asks five different women in various parts of the Globe how they spend their monthly paychecks. The result is a fascinating glimpse into the lives of upper middle class women.
Forbes poses the question that I hate to hear: Do women make mistakes at work? Of course they do! Can this be discussed separately from structural and societal issues that contribute to self-sabotage? Hell no!
An ex-boyfriend once asserted that women were their own worst enemy when it came to money. He asserted that if women would just speak up, they would see the benefit on their checks. He was only half right.
The world of New York City's wealthy is insular and intensely private, which is the appeal of NYC Prep, but also the reason the show is not a reliable portrayal of the city's private school students and their lifestyle.
If one of your New Year's resolutions is to get your finances in order, consider this: A new UK survey shows that female graduates face 16 years of student debt, compared to the 11 years men face, reports The Guardian. Part of the problem is that women don't get paid as much — often as much as 20% less — and, some…
Whoa! According to a new study, less than a quarter of female millionaires can attribute their riches to marrying into wealth. Not only that, there will be more female millionaires than male millionaires by the year 2020. Huh? We can make money on our own? Without help of a man? Awesome! See you later Boss-Man Denton!