80-90% of women, at some point in their lives, will be solely responsible for all household financial decisions. Making ends meet can be difficult - even while you are working. This hour that you invest in yourself may serve you well for the rest of your life!
Women are typically the primary caregivers, often taking time off from their jobs to take care of family members.
Women have less work time that qualifies for pension benefits
Women frequently receive less in Social Security benefits
Women usually have longer life expectancies than men.
Women usually save less than men.
Social Security and other retirement benefits for divorced and widowed women.
The necessary legal documents to put in place to provide care for minor children.
What Medicare does and does not provide when faced with non-health related home care needs.
The importance of reviewing your credit report regularly.
Benefits offered by the City, like the Flexible Spending Accounts Program for health and dependent care expenses.
All about the Deferred Compensation Plan, including the NYCE IRA, and how saving on a regular and long-term basis can help provide for your retirement.
Anything you want! It’s your hour and your future.
The Roundtable provides a forum for women to come together and learn to effectively manage their financial needs as they juggle their various roles as mother, wage earner and caregiver.
Deferred Compensation Plan’s Certified Financial Planner™ professionals will be on hand to facilitate the conversation and answer your questions, in any area of your financial life.
You're in the right place! Our website is a great place to learn all about the program, watch educational videos and register to attend an upcoming Roundtable session.
Monthly Roundtables are held at the Deferred Compensation Plan’s Administrative Office located at 22 Cortlandt Street, in lower Manhattan.
Or, contact your human resources representative who can arrange a Women’s Financial
Roundtable at your worksite.