Retirement webinar: Women and Investing

From gaps in pay to longer life expectancies, women face gender-related retirement challenges

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From gaps in employment and pay to longer life expectancy, women who are saving for retirement face gender-related challenges. Learn ways to help you reach your retirement goals by registering for the Women and Investing webinar at noon on Wednesday, March 27.

John Rahmlow, a retirement education specialist in Vanguard's Participant Education Department, will examine how female investors differ from their male counterparts. He will review savings sufficiency, investment allocation, and available planning tools and services to help you take action.

Rahmlow, who has been with Vanguard since 1998, has spent his entire career helping employees understand their retirement plans, and educating them on retirement and financial planning topics. He holds degrees from the University of Delaware, Widener University School of Law, and Villanova Law School; FINRA series 6, 63, and 26 licenses; and the Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor designation from the College for Financial Planning.

You do not need to be a Vanguard participant to register for the webinar.

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