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Today we released a new survey on affluent women between the ages of 40-69 that reveals their perception of wealth, investing and retirement. What was most encouraging was that affluent women incomes are trending higher with 44% saying they earn … Continue reading
Do you remember when you were young and a year seemed like an eternity? Time was not something I viewed as a precious commodity when my whole life lay ahead of me. As I have aged, however, time is becoming … Continue reading
In my last post, I talked about the trip my husband and I took to Machu Picchu and the Cusco Region of Peru and the important role planning can play in obtaining the results you desire. What I didn’t talk … Continue reading
Sometimes, the dreams that you have simply can’t wait until retirement – until “some day.” At least that’s how my husband and I decided to make our recent trip to Peru. Machu Picchu, the 15th-century Inca site located nearly 8,000 … Continue reading
I’ve written in this blog in the past about my millennial children and their attitudes around saving, which I had always presumed were relatively typical. I have been waiting to find out how this generation felt about investing and saving, … Continue reading
Do you remember when you first thought about making a will? If you are like me, and many others, it certainly wasn’t when you were young and single. I didn’t have much in the way of assets then and even… Continue reading
This week we released the 2012 Wells Fargo Affluent Retirement Survey, a survey that helps determine how Americans with $250,000 or more in investable assets are feeling about retirement. On behalf of Wells Fargo, Harris Interactive Inc. conducts various surveys… Continue reading
One of the things I love about my job is that I am able to spend time on the subject of financial literacy among women. At Wells Fargo, we conduct and participate in surveys every year to try to further… Continue reading
As August is “what will your legacy be?” month, I’ve been thinking about the whole issue of legacy. It means different things to each of us. In Renee Brown’s recent blog, she defines her legacy as the way she’s tried… Continue reading