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Single Women on the Rise, but Too Often Missing Key Opportunities to Safeguard their Futures

Fidelity Investments press release -------- New research exploring the financial planning and investing habits of single women – those who have never married, those who have experienced divorce, and those who have outlived a spouse – finds that many may need to take a more proactive approach to growing and protecting their finances. Fidelity Investments’® Single Women & Money Study finds that while the overwhelming majority of single women (97 percent) believe it is important to be engaged in managing their money, three factors may be holding them back from taking action: underestimating their knowledge and experience, neglecting to plan for their financial future and saving too heavily in cash. To get more in depth information click on the picture below to read the release.

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