Planning For Retirement Part 1: What Millennial Women Need to Know
For someone just starting a career, retirement can seem a long way off — and the thought of saving for the future can be daunting when there’s not much left of your paycheck after rent and student loan payments. But planning for retirement should start early and continue over your career. And it doesn’t have to be scary!
- Elizabeth Sisson, Managing Director, Roosevelt Institute
- Amy Matsui, Senior Counsel & Dir. Gov’t Rel., National Women’s Law Center
- Jasmine Tucker, Director of Research, National Women’s Law Center
Planning For Retirement Part 2: What Women Need to Know Later in Their Careers
In the second part of our retirement planning webinar series, we discuss Social Security benefits for workers and their families and how the decisions you (and your spouse) make about when to claim benefits will affect the income you’ll have in retirement. We’ll also give you savings strategies and other information you can use to get on track for a successful retirement.
- Ben Veghte, National Academy of Social Insurance
- Jasmine Tucker, National Women’s Law Center
- Amy Matsui, National Women’s Law Center