[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Part Three of a Three-Part series
If you have not read the first blog in this three-part series, “An Overdue Apology to Women”, dated April 7, you might find it helpful because it is applicable to this blog as well.
The first piece focused on how women clients are often discounted in the relationship with the financial advisor. It resulted in my apologizing on behalf of the industry to anyone who has experienced this type of discriminatory treatment.
The second part in this series centered on how single women are often victims of “product-pushers” as opposed to professional advisors who are also fiduciaries. See previous blog titled: “Are You Ready for Disturbing Survey Results about Single Women and Financial Advisors?”
This third part in the Women’s Series shares some important information on women breadwinners.
Who qualifies as a woman breadwinner? Anyone who earns at least one-half of the household income and is also involved in the financial decisions.
Often, these professional women hold positions in middle management through executive positions.Read More