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Financial Literacy in Retirement report released at 1/13/22 Senate Special Committee on Aging hearing.
Forbes.com: WISER a "go to place for gender equity for women" in Unequal Pay Bites Women in Retirement
WISER’s Going it Alone: A Guide for Widows receives Merit honors from the 2021 National Mature Media Awards.
WISER awarded 5-year grant to operate the National Resource Center on Women and Retirement.
Updated: Five Questions to Ask Your Mother or Grandmother — meaningful conversations to have with important women in your life.
Women's key financial issues:
WISER and partners, the National Caucus and Center on Black Aging, Inc., and MANA, A National Latina Organization, spotlight challenges that put older minority women at risk for poverty in old age and highlight opportunities for change. Report: Your Future Paycheck: Minority Women and Retirement Income
WISER partner RCH's Cash Out Calculator shows the high cost of cashing out your retirement savings.
Tempting, but don't do it! yahoo!money columnist Kerry Hannon's latest article reminds us: Tapping retirement funds is a terrible idea.
News from WISER
BRN Report: Key challenges Facing State and Local Governments in Recruiting and Retaining Employees interview with WISER partner Mission Square Retirement's Joshua Franzel.
WISER receives GOLD honors from National Mature Media Awards for its publication, 5 Questions to Ask Your Mother or Grandmother.
Financially Literate Newly Weds, Sound Right?
2022 is a banner year for weddings. WISER's Forbes post plugs a unique bonus gift — a visit to a financial planner.
Now available in Spanish! WISER’s guide, Financial Steps for Caregivers/ Medidas Financieras para los Cuidadores.
Thank you to all who participated in WISER's iOme Challenge Forum and congratulations to the 2022 iOme Challenge winning team from St. Mary's College of Maryland.
Read the winning essay.
WISER featured as guest author on Social Security Matters' blog, Survivor Benefits: Four Tips Widows Need to Know.
The U.S. House passed the Securing a Strong Retirement Act, a bill that targets student loan borrowers, military spouses and low-income earners, among others, for help planning and saving for retirement. Read WISER's The Hill opinion article.