The glimmers of hope for 2021 are flickering in the gloaming. But before you set aside your dog-eared 2020 calendar, there are a few pieces of business to attend to when it comes to your financial health and wealth. Here are 10 moves to make before year-end.
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Ageism is alive and well in the workplace. It’s not going anywhere. It’s been here––it’s like the last ism that people don’t like to talk about it that much. They say, “Oh, we don’t have that in our company.”
Look at saving as making an investment in your future self. It’s self-care. You’re saving for “living,” not “retirement.” To me, that’s a better way to frame it, especially when retirement is a fuzzy concept at best.
Many of us, especially those in our 50s or 60s, are now very worried about our money due to the pandemic.
For your financial health and prosperity in the year ahead, there are a few critical dates to put on your calendar and steps to take for them:
“My biggest concern is that women are still lagging their male counterparts men — even millennial women — in retirement savings as well as their income,” Judith Ward, a senior financial planner at T. Rowe Price.
Talking about money is still a taboo subject. It makes us uncomfortable. Women are great investors, but they still lack the confidence to get started.
60% of Americans feel anxiety when thinking about investing in the stock market and 55% of boomers worry about a market crash.
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