The Gold Standard: What’s New in Women & Money

Managing retirement, careers, relationships—and a crowd—oh my! Here are this week’s top reads for women and money from around the web.

Editor’s picks of the week

  1. A couple of features, courtesy of MoneySense, on managing RRIFs and on learning how to create the right glidepath into retirement.
  2. Ellevest founder Sallie Krawcheck says women retire with two-thirds the money that men do and stay in unsatisfying jobs and relationships because they can’t afford to leave them. Here are her suggestions on closing the gap.
  3. Silicon Valley’s bromance continues apace, making it hard for women entrepreneurs to get venture capital. Is the boys’ club about to get some push-back?
  4. Sharing the stage with Angela Merkel, Canada’s Chrystia Freeland and Christine Lagarde, Miss Complicit—a.k.a. Ivanka Trump—had a hard time convincing the crowd that her pop’s policies actually do anything to empower women.
  5. …And on the topic of event faux pas, what’s makes for a perfect venue? Here are five signs to look for before you book.
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