Katana’s interview with author, regular contributor to the Wall Street, and co-founder of Age Wave Maddy Dychtwald.
- Why is longevity suddenly a big issue? And why is it more important for women than men?
- What are the 3 things women can do right now to prepare successfully for longevity in terms of their health?
- What are the 3 things women can do right now to prepare successfully for longevity in terms of their finance?
In a word, it would be “longevity.” And the real secret to a successful future would be to prepare for it, especially in terms of your health and your wealth. What makes this even more complicated for women is they live longer than men, yet their retirement savings is about half that of men and they’re often the one’s caregiving their loved ones. How can women change the game so that they will live long AND well?
Maddy is a nationally recognized author, co-founder of Age Wave, and leading expert on the changing demographic trends shaping the marketplace, the workplace and our lives. Having spent almost 30 years investigating and forecasting implications of the age wave, she has also emerged as an authority on the economic ascent of women.
Maddy is the author of three books and has been regularly featured in prominent media, including: Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes, Newsweek, Time, U.S. News & World Report, Fox Business News, CNBC and NPR. She is a contributor to The Wall Street Journal’s Retirement Expert Panel, The Huffington Post, thirdage.com, and caring.com. She is also one of the co-founders of Women Against Alzheimer’s and on the Board of the Bright Focus Foundation.
To learn more about Maddy Dychtwald go to www.maddydychtwald.com
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