Women’s need for financial services continues to grow. With more women graduating from college than men, women are closing the pay gap and becoming the wealthier sex. The 2016 Allianz Women, Money, and Power® Study showed that more than one-third of women report being the sole or primary household breadwinner and half responded that they made the long-term financial decisions in their households. Even for those who aren’t the primary wage-earner, women often influence spending and saving decisions in their home. Yet according to the study, only 30% of women are working with a financial professional.
This indicates a need and an opportunity. Find out more here.