Women fail to save enough for retirement. Here’s how to fix that.

CNBC reports that women typically earn less than men and take more time out of the work force, which in turn reduces total earnings. That “triple whammy” often reduces their retirement savings, which can be harmful because they tend to live longer than men. To help women improve their outlook, Luma Wealth Founder Heather Ettinger is amongst the financial experts offering tips on saving more, being strategic about earnings and seeking the right advice.  Read the complete article here.