Why I Am Passionate About Women’s Wealth

Patti Fagan, Award-Winning Coach for Women

Women face unique financial challenges in retirement that men do not. As a young girl, I watched my grandmother struggle financially after my grandfather left her for a younger woman. She never worked outside the home, which meant she had no assets, no savings, and no retirement income other than Social Security. Unfortunately, she had […]

Long Term Care Coverage is Financial Freedom for Women

  Retired women typically need long-term care services for 1.5 years longer than men, according to the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services. Since the cost for one and a half years of care could add up to $100,000 and more, a retirement plan that includes a strategy to pay for long term care […]

Have You Funded Your Future Retirement Paycheck?

Have you funded your future retirement paycheck?

  In the United States, we celebrate Women’s Equality Day on August 26th. But let’s be honest, women are anything but equal when it comes to retirement planning. That is why I get passionate when I see articles about women, money, and retirement. When it comes to funding your future retirement paycheck, I strongly believe […]

Baby Steps Toward Financial Freedom

  Do you find dealing with personal finances overwhelming? That’s okay. Baby steps are allowed. Doing something, no matter how small, is better than doing nothing at all. So stop beating yourself up for not being on top of your finances. We’re all doing the best we can with what we know at the moment. […]

Why I joined the Ultimate Blog Challenge July 2020

  I joined the July 2020 Ultimate Blog Challenge,  which means I’ve committed to posting a blog on this website every day for the next 31 days. Why on earth would I do that?!!! Over the last few months, while we’ve been SIP, I received several calls from women who are getting serious about planning […]

Ladies, you don’t have to be a statistic

Planning for lifetime retirement income

  I came across a survey where two hundred forty-six women (age seventy and younger) who became widowed within the past five years were interviewed. These women owned assets of $50,000 to $1 million. This survey was completed for the Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement (WISER) and funded by the American Council of Life […]

What is Your No. 1 Coronavirus Money Fear?

  Before the pandemic, 49% of the women surveyed in the Allianz Women, Money & Power Survey (2013), stated their number one money fear sounded something like this:   I’m afraid I’ll end up penniless and homeless in retirement.   This is a fear I hear about more often than not from women who come […]

How to Overcome Your Financial Fears

Plus 5 curated women & retirement articles to increase your financial literacy

Last week, I was talking with a friend and we got to talking about women, money, and retirement. She told me how her fifty-five-year-old cousin is worried about her husband leaving her, which would put her in a vulnerable financial position. She’s thinking about retiring in the next five years but is afraid to because […]

How to finally transform your money story

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Patti Fagan, Award-Winning Financial Coach

Which one are you: A Woman of Influence or a Financial Avoider? According to a national survey, The Allianz Women, Money and Power Study, a Woman of Influence has more earning power than other women, has a good understanding of financial products and is interested in learning about financial matters. “90% of Women of Influence say increased financial […]