The bottom line estimate is that women accumulate maybe $1 million less than men, on average.
One of the best ways to offset any decline from aging is to keep maintaining a positive sense of purpose.
The right planning for the future, preparing for hard questions and choices, could avoid unwanted professional embarrassment.
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