Our Women & Money section offers a female perspective on the intricacies of investment and retirement, looking at the challenges and choices women need to navigate to achieve their long-term financial goals.
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There’s a glaring gender gap when it comes to women’s investment and pension savings. Women are still the primary caregivers, often taking a career break to raise a family or look after ill or elderly relatives. This inevitably impacts your savings. Then there’s the thorny issue of the gender pay gap. We look at what you can do to plug these gaps to ensure your investments and pension savings keep up with real life.
Prince Harry’s bride-to-be may not need to worry about pensions, but you do