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Women & Money

Championing financial confidence for women

For the past few years, we’ve been working hard to understand, share and address the many challenges women face when it comes to saving for the future. We want to help close the gap between women and men when it comes to saving for retirement by giving women the tools and information to invest for retirement with confidence. It’s one of the reasons we've created this dedicated space.

Global Women and Money study 2023

It’s been another year of uncertainty around the world, with both global and local challenges when it comes to how people manage their finances. Our Women and Money Study* has highlighted how these can present particular barriers for women to overcome. This year’s findings show these challenges remain, however, across different global markets we are seeing shoots of optimism. These are positive foundations to build upon - however more work is needed to ensure we’re closing gender financial gaps.

Source - Research was conducted by Opinium Research commissioned by Fidelity International. Findings relate to a comparison of a survey conducted in January 2022 and later in December 2022 (7 -17 January among 2,010 UK adults; 15 - 20 December 2022 among 2,000 UK adults).

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What is the pension gap?

What to do when a career break affects your retirement savings.

Invest in Yourself: Becks’ story

When Becks’ life changed, her financial priorities shifted too. We caught up with her about her journey to financial empowerment, and how she managed to take charge of her future with just a few small steps.

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Feel better about your money

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Discover how to start saving smarter

Small changes early on can make a big difference to. See how the power of small amounts can help with your retirement savings.

Women on the road to retirement

If you’re over 50, you might want some extra support shaping your life after work. Our planning tips are here to help.

Get Money Fit!

In January 2023 we were proud sponsors of Boring Money’s Get Money Fit! Webinar – an initiative that aims to build women’s financial confidence and future security.

Our very own Emma-Lou Montgomery, Associate Director at Fidelity Personal Investing, was joined by Claer Barrett, Consumer Editor at the Financial Times, and Boring Money CEO Holly Mackay to provide practical guidance and tips on how to make your money work harder in 2023.

If you missed the live event and you can watch a recording here.

Important information: this is for information purposes only and the views contained are not to be taken as advice or a recommendation for any product, service or course of action. If you need advice about how any of this information applies to you personally, you should contact an authorised financial adviser.