The Social Security Gender Gap

And Ideas on How to Close It

Women generally live longer than men, which means women stand to receive Social Security benefits for a longer period of time. However, women often quality for lower amounts than men. Elizabeth Winter, senior vice president and Regions Wealth Advisor discusses strategies for women to consider to maximize their social security benefits.


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