5 Retirement Risks Every Woman Should Know (and Plan for)

To safely make it through potentially decades of retirement, women need to go the extra mile with their preparations.

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For the average American woman, the odds are good that at some point she’ll be managing her finances on her own.

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Barbara Swiatek, Investment Adviser Representative
Founder, SF Financial

Barbara Swiatek is the founder of Colorado-based SF Financial (www.sffinancialservices.com). A fiduciary and Investment Adviser Representative licensed in every U.S. state, she is also licensed in Colorado for life, health and long-term care insurance.