4 Steps for Caregivers

As you think about your own financial well-being as a caregiver, consider these 4 steps: STEP 1: Think about your own future.  As a caregiver, it may be tempting to leave your full-time job or to work part time, however, …

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Ten Facts About Women & Caregiving

Women provide the majority of informal care for their family and friends(i). Largely because of caregiving responsibilities, women are more likely than men to work part-time, spend more years out of the labor force, and in general have shorter careers. …

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Caregiving and Retirement Security

Facts about Caregiving In an estimated 5 million households across the country, an adult is providing unpaid care to a family member. Sixty percent of those caregivers are women, according to the 2015 “Caregiving in the U.S.” study by the …

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The Effects of Caregiving

Women remain the primary caregivers in our society, and they are spending a significant part of their adult lives providing it. Whenever a sick child, an ailing spouse or a parent requires care, it is most often the mother or …

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Retirement Planning for Stay-At-Home Moms

Stay-at-home moms take on many roles such as, caregiver, cook, chauffer, nutritionist, event planner, etc. But one role stay-at-home moms are not filling is “retirement planner.” According to a 2015 Transamerica Center for Retirement study, only 44% of stay-at-home moms …

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