Women & Investing


Insights, tools and resources tailored
to the distinct financial needs of women
and the realities they face.

Women face unique challenges. It's important to plan accordingly.

You're likely to live longer.

Women have a longer life expectancy than men. More years means you'll need more money set aside.[1]

You're likely to earn less.

Statistically, women start out earning less than men, tend to get smaller raises and change jobs or seek promotions less often.[2] It adds up.

You're more likely to take time away from the workplace.

Staying home with kids or deciding to work part-time to raise a family or care for aging parents can place you further behind.

Insights & Guidance to Support Your Goals

Invest

The Importance of Asset Allocation

Determining the appropriate mix of investment types for your portfolio is one of your most important tasks as an investor.

3:10 min video

Invest

Understanding the Value of Working With a PNCI Financial Advisor

People often talk about creating a financial plan. But just what is financial planning? And is there any real benefit to an individual investor? Watch this video to get a closer look at how working with a financial advisor might help you come out ahead.

3:10 min video

Invest

Don't Let Long-Term Care Costs Undercut Your Retirement Plans

It’s important to plan for healthcare costs in retirement, so you don’t risk depleting your hard earned-assets.

2:45 min video

Invest

Financial Advice for Women: Marketing Ploy or Valid Distinction?

You don't need separate solutions - just a distinctly attuned point of view.

4 min read

Invest

Help Achieve Your Investment Goals with a Managed Account

Learn about the benefits of using a managed account in your investments.

2 min read

Invest

Do We Talk to Sons & Daughters Differently About Money?

A recent survey of millennial investors reveals some interesting insights.

2 min read

Additional Tools & Resources

Budget Worksheet

Have you created a budget that includes investing for retirement?
Begin by creating a monthly budget

IRA Selection Tool

Determine your IRA eligibility and calculate a projected account value at retirement.
Compare IRAs

Retirement Calculator

Determine if you're investing enough to meet your retirement income needs.
Assess your situation

Retirement Lifestyle Planner

See how different scenarios may impact the lifestyle you want to live in retirement.
Start planning

Retirement Planning Milestones: A Timeline for Achievement

Take advantage of these key milestones to help ramp up your retirement assets as you prepare for retirement.
View Milestones »

Letter of Instructions
to My Family

This is a difficult subject to think about, but it's necessary. Use this worksheet to help in making your final wishes known to your family.
View Our Guidance »

PNC Investments Contact Form

Whether you are just getting started or already underway saving and investing toward your financial goals PNC Investments can help.

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PNC Investments can help you make the most of your current retirement planning or help you develop a plan that works for you.


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