Women Take Charge: Navigate Your Future with Confidence
More women adapting to the role of primary decision-makers.
As a greater number of women become the primary financial decision-makers in their households, being in control of their finances and being financially independent are becoming increasingly important goals. For many women the key to taking charge of their financial future means focusing on household budgetary issues, such as being debt-free (78%), staying within a budget (75%), and paying credit card bills in full each month (68%).1
Women, who take control of their lives, are also more empowered to make the financial decisions that affect themselves and their families. According to Lincoln's survey results, the women who reported feeling more in control of their lives also reported feeling twice as confident that their personal financial situation would improve over the next year.
While they relish their positions as chief decision makers, many understand that they may need some additional support to strike the right balance in their efforts to take control of all aspects of their lives. This page provides tools and tips to help women take charge of their futures- from their careers to their personal lives and everything in between.
1 The survey results are based on an online poll conducted by Whitman Insight Strategies on behalf of Lincoln Financial Group between March 21-29, 2013 among 2,322 adults 18 years of age and older across the United States.
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