How Women Can Achieve Financial Empowerment – and a Better Retirement

If you're a married woman, chances are that one day you will be a widow. Will you be ready to handle finances on your own? Here's how to get started now to help put yourself in a better position to do that.

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The retirement years can be — ideally — among the happiest years of a married couple’s lives.

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Dina Siracusa, Investment Adviser Representative
Vice President, Provident Wealth Advisors

Dina Siracusa is an investment adviser representative and is vice president at Provident Wealth Advisors. She has more than 15 years of experience in personal finance and has an MBA in finance from Loyola University. She also holds a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA®) designation. Dina is fluent in several languages and published an international cookbook that she wrote with her daughters.