March 18, 2014

Advising Married Women on Investing—in Themselves

by Jerry A. Miccolis, CFP®, CFA, FCAS, CERA; and Marina Goodman, CFP®, CFA
The authors make a good case for why married women need to maintain labor force participation even if the short-term financial costs of working (child care, commuting, work-related expenses, wardrobe costs, etc. are low or negative). “A married woman’s human capital is a source of wealth that often has been overlooked, or the short-term costs given outsized emphasis.” Read the details in the Journal of Financial Planning at:

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