3 Financial Gender Gap Things We Can Take Charge On

From our Financial Experts

 Sara Gelsheimer By: Sara Gelsheimer

In 2022, men still out earn women in comparable roles. While society still has a lot of catching up to do, there are things all women can do to better plan and invest in our futures.

Statistically, women are more conservative investors and less likely to invest in the stock market. These tendencies mean women's savings are often worth less over time. The wage gap is only one part of the equation—there is a larger financial well-being gap also at play for many women. 

In this article, Sara covers the three steps you can take to help close the financial gender gap and better plan for your financial future: 

Read the entire article on Her Money.

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Sara came to Plancorp in 2013 with a strong financial background and an even stronger commitment to financial education—particularly for women. A Wealth Manager and Founder of InspireHer (Plancorp's Women's Initiative), Sara is also a new mom. More »