Gender ‘Wealth Gap’

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Closing the Gender Wealth Gap

In the United States, women who work year-round earn somewhere near 82 cents for every dollar earned by men — but they only own about 32 cents for every dollar of wealth owned by their male counterparts. Both of these gaps are far more acute for black and Latina women. These stats aren’t new, but the way we talk about

‘Wealth Gap’ Poses Significant Threat To Women’s Retirement Security

Women today are fighting to remedy inequality in several areas, and have made great strides as a result of their efforts. But financial security is (still) an issue. A recent study, Women and Financial Wellness: Beyond the Bottom Line, outlines significant disparities between men and women that go far beyond the “pay gap.” “Women experience a gender wealth