The Allianz Women, Money, and Power Study

Women today: New roles, new responsibilities, and new financial needs 

Despite their rising workforce participation and escalating income, it appears that American women still have major gaps and unmet needs when it comes to achieving comfort and confidence with money.

This survey indicates new and changing social dynamics have made the so-called “typical family” anything but typical. Woman may be choosing the marry later – or not to marry at all. They may be having children on their own. Nontraditional family structures are practically the norm – blended families, stay-at-home dads, same-sec couples, aging parents moving in, children returning after college.

The Allianz Women, Money, and Power Study: Empowered and Underserved offers new insight on how women surveyed responded regarding their current attitudes and behaviors; what women want and need; and how financial professional can serve them. The results presented in this paper represents the percentages of those women who responded to each respective question or set of questions.

Review The Allianz Women, Money, and Power Study: Empowered and Underserved  in its entirety here.

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