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A recent study showed that 51% of women surveyed were looking forward to retirement. But it also indicated that women have only half as much saved in their 401k plans as men do. Add the fact that most women will live longer than their male counterparts and you have a potential financial problem. On the Dollar Stretcher interview, we'll ask Kelly O'Donnell, Executive Vice President of Financial Engines, what women who are closing in on retirement can do to help ensure they enjoy their senior years.
Kelly O'Donnell is Executive Vice President of Financial Engines, a company dedicated to making high-quality retirement help available to everyone by offering services through fortune 500 companies for their workers as an employee benefit.
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