We’re all created equal, as the saying goes. But if you’re interested in keeping tally, women are steadily catching up to men and are expected to tip the scale with a greater proportion of the nation’s wealth by 2030, according to Crain’s Wealth’s
If you look at the numbers the publication found, it starts to paint a picture of why women are rising in the ranks of wealth retention. Crain’s talked to advisors
and found that:
Two-thirds of women earn the same or more than their spouse, while 46 percent out-earn their spouse
A majority of women come into a relationship with more assets than their spouse
Women often have a large role – if not the sole role – in the family investment decisions
Women have achieved this wealth on a tight schedule, advisors say, explaining that they’re often faced with extra tasks in their spare time, such as overseeing the care of elderly family members.
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