Research shows women aren’t saving enough for retirement. “They start at a lower salary scale. To save the same percentage (as men) would be a smaller dollar amount a month,” said Virginia Maguire, director of retirement products and solutions at Aon Hewitt. “Often women take a break in service, so they have a smaller (retirement) balance.”
Research shows women aren’t saving enough for retirement. “They start at a lower salary scale. To save the same percentage (as men) would be a smaller dollar amount a month,” said Virginia Maguire, director of retirement products and solutions at Aon Hewitt. “Often women take a break in service, so they have a smaller (retirement) balance.” Nease MCT
Research shows women aren’t saving enough for retirement. “They start at a lower salary scale. To save the same percentage (as men) would be a smaller dollar amount a month,” said Virginia Maguire, director of retirement products and solutions at Aon Hewitt. “Often women take a break in service, so they have a smaller (retirement) balance.” Nease MCT

Employers can help women close the retirement savings gap

June 27, 2016 3:37 PM