Mary Beth Franklin of InvestmentNews reports that more women are managing their household finances than ever before, but many still face a significant retirement funding gap due to lower average lifetime earnings and longer life expectancies. Consequently, women often feel insecure about their financial decision-making abilities. Fortunately, the right adviser – like Luma Founder Heather Ettinger – and access to appropriate planning tools can make a major difference. “I feel very strongly that if you give women financial knowledge and acumen and savvy, you will make them more confident and they will be the agents of social change,” Heather is quoted as saying. Read the complete article here.