Women & Wealth

Donor-Advised Funds: Utility Players of the Giving World
Women Building Wealth: Five Things You Need to Know
Dealing with Financial Implications of Divorce
Sometimes All or None Makes Sense
The Best Gifts Under the New Tax Law
Care Options for Aging Parents
Empowering Women Investors
Essential Questions for Aging Parents
The Facts of Life for Female Investors
Mindful Risk

Mindful Risk

by Kathleen M. Fisher
Investors have enjoyed robust returns since the global financial crisis roiled the markets nearly 10 years ago. Up almost 12% since 2009, global equity markets have advanced at almost twice the pace of the decade before the crisis hit.* However, we project lower equity returns over the next several years.

Wealth Planning, Women & Wealth


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A Successful Professional Plans for Her Future
Look Before You Leap onto a Nonprofit Board

Look Before You Leap onto a Nonprofit Board

If you’re wealthy and charitably inclined, you’re likely to be asked to join a nonprofit organization’s board at some point. Serving on a board may be a wonderful experience and give you an opportunity to do much good, but it’s a big commitment—and it may pose legal and ethical issues. We suggest you ask yourself and the organization several key questions.

Endowments & Foundations, Philanthropy, Wealth Planning, Women & Wealth


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A Checklist for the Newly Divorced
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