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Study Reveals Women Feeling Growing Financial Pressures on Family Life
Date:4/28/2008

make ends meet"

-- Six in 10 women are concerned about being able to pay their bills each

month (60%) -- especially high among single mothers with children

under 18 (80%)

-- 72% of women are concerned about rising taxes -- especially Boomer

women (81%)

-- 4 in 10 (38%) women "feel overwhelmed by financial burdens" -- even

higher for Gen X (47%) and mothers of children under 18 (47%) and

single mothers with children under 18 (52%)

-- 4 in 10 (38%) women have incurred medical debt -- even higher among

mothers of children under 18 (49%), especially young mothers 18-34

(59%)

-- Only 15% of women say they do not have any debt

-- 22% of women report being over $20,000 in non-mortgage debt -- even

higher for Gen X women (30%)

-- Three quarters of women are concerned about the future of social

security (77%) and saving enough for retirement (75%)

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DETAILED FINDINGS*:

Women & Financial Woes:

Housing

-- 57% of women are concerned about being able to pay monthly

mortgage/rent -- even higher among Gen X women (65%) and mothers with

children under 18 (64%) and single mothers with children under 18

(72%)

-- One quarter (26%) of women and/or their partners are counting on real

estate and home equity for retirement

-- 72% of women are concerned about rising taxes -- even higher among

Boomer women (81%)

Non-Mortgage Debt & Credit Cards

-- 85% of women
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