Women are busier than ever during the pandemic, but overall wellness should also include financial preparedness. At Mercer Advisors, we can help you find a holistic solution for professional women to kill two birds with one stone by answering financial questions while saving valuable time.
For professional women like myself, time constraints have become an increasingly important concern as remote working has caused shifts in work-life balance and allowed the boundaries of the workday to blur. Now more than ever, our free time is at a premium, and professional women are finding themselves running up against the clock to complete both work and home activities without the geographical boundaries that previously separated church and state. Many women view starting their financial plan – whether that’s investment strategy, estate planning, or managing tax strategy – as yet another time-consuming task to undertake in an already saturated schedule. But while the current pandemic environment underscores on a daily basis how integral a healthy lifestyle is, savvy professional women also know that having a stable financial plan is key to creating a healthy financial future.
While I’ve seen first-hand that many find taking the first step to build a financial strategy to be daunting, working with a holistic provider is key to helping busy women save time by bundling all aspects of a financial strategy into one integrated solution. Whether it’s estate planning, managing taxes or choosing investments, tying together all aspects of financial wellness into one streamlined strategy with a single provider is a clear way to tackle your financial goals without being bogged down by an additional time-consuming task.
Nearly two-thirds of women are the breadwinners or co-breadwinners of their family, and 95% of women will be the primary financial decision maker in their household at some point in their life.1 Yet women, on average, continue to seek out less financial advice and support compared to men. Upwards of 90% of women feel unprepared for retirement, and women are less likely to invest in the market at the same rate as male counterparts, according to womensmoney.org.
Here are the three strategic ways we help women achieve economic freedom:
Seeking out financial advice shouldn’t be a task that is side-lined by the idea that it’s too time-consuming. With a connected one-stop shop partner like Mercer Advisors, we can help you save time by bundling together our knowledge and context to help you develop a customized and streamlined financial plan.
Whether you’re just getting started with your financial goals, or your financial needs have evolved – a growing family, saving for an earlier retirement, or a new job and tax bracket – Mercer Advisors is here to help craft a holistic financial plan that encompasses all of your goals. Download a recording of our recent women and wealth webinar to hear more about the three strategies we suggest professional women should undertake to find financial freedom. For more information, check out our Women and Wealth resource hub here.
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