Punter Southall Aspire's Johanna Nelson and Darren Hedgley evaluate the unique social dynamics advisers should consider when discussing the financial life cycles of women
There is currently a year-long celebration of Oscar Wilde plays at the Vaudeville Theatre in the West End of London. Wilde's themes of an unfair society, the inequity of power between men and women and hypocritical sexual moralities may be about life one hundred years ago, however, rather sadly, they seem just as strong and present today. With these in mind, it is perhaps no great surprise that women face greater challenges when it comes to saving for their retirement. Last year, Prudential's...
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