Are you in the front seat? Are you in the front seat?

Are you in the front seat?

When it comes to your money, you want to be actively involved with your financial decisions—not in the back seat. At Fidelity, we believe it’s important to have a clear understanding of what you own, what you owe, and how to pursue your goals. We’re here to help.

Myth: Gender doesn’t play a role in investing.

Reality: We believe it does. Ultimately, we all face financial decisions. The fact is, 90% of women will be solely responsible for their finances at some point in their lives1—whether from staying single, experiencing divorce, or just living longer. So, it's vital to be in the front seat when it comes to your finances.

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Myth: Gender doesn’t play a role in investing.

Reality: We believe it does. Ultimately, we all face financial decisions. The fact is, 90% of women will be solely responsible for their finances at some point in their lives1—whether from staying single, experiencing divorce, or just living longer. So, it's vital to be in the front seat when it comes to your finances.

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Myth: Investing is too risky.

Reality: Just saving your money or leaving it in cash is probably a bigger risk for your future. Not only is it hard to keep up with inflation, but there’s a good chance you’ll miss out on added growth potential because you’ll lose out on the power of compounding.

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Myth: Men are better at investing.

Reality: Women hold their own. In fact, we’ve shown we invest just as well and consistently earn better returns2. Unfortunately, as many as 44% of women say they think men are better at investing3, which might be why so many of us are not engaged, and end up taking a backseat.

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Get financial straight talk on the go.

Listen to HerMoney, a podcast sponsored by Fidelity and hosted by personal finance journalist Jean Chatzky. Hear Jean and her guests provide insight and expert tips for overcoming the unique financial challenges that women face every day.

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