Filed under: Power of PlanningLast week, ING released some new research on women and retirement:
On average, women have nearly $41,000 less socked away for their future than men.
I wasn't completely shocked by the finding, nor will you be, I'm sure. The root of the problem is pretty clear: We women are still paid less than our male counterparts. We're more likely to be single parents, and if we're not, we still spend more time out of the workforce caring for children, for which we'll be celebrated come Mother's Day on