At the recent “Women of America” conference, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said “over a half a million new women entered the workforce on [President Trump’s] watch.” While that’s true, the numbers don’t tell the full story for midlife women.
Do you buy stuff? Yeah, so do we. Somehow, we manage to look online or go to a store and buy things—even though very few marketers spend very little money trying to persuade us to do so. Apparently, we don’t exist! Yet, women born between 1946 and 1964 comprise the healthiest, wealthiest and most influential…
Well, well, well, look’s who trying to screw up your 401(k) while holding on to their own very nice retirement plans. Congress, that’s who. Damn it, midlife women need their retirement savings tax breaks!
Dawn Fitzpatrick, 47, just began a new gig as chief investment officer of Soros Fund Management. She is managing about $26 billion of Mr. Soros’ personal and family wealth. This move makes her one of the most powerful people in finance.