Mar 3, 2022
Celebrating Women’s History Month at Stash
How Stash can help women overcome the financial hurdles they face.
March is Women’s History Month, and Stash is celebrating by helping women build stronger financial foundations for themselves.
Women face a unique set of financial challenges. In the U.S. They tend to earn less money than men do, ask for smaller raies, and they’re also behind on retirement savings. And as the country continues to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, women must still make up ground they lost during the months that shutdowns closed many businesses and curtailed worker hours, having suffered economically more than men, representing the majority of layoffs
Stash’s goal during Women’s History Month is to provide women with the tools to overcome those hurdles and build their financial lives. With that in mind, we’ve put together content especially for women, including suggestions for getting started with investing, saving for retirement, and putting together a financial plan. Plus, check out our podcast Teach Me How to Money, featuring women talking about student loans, credit, careers, and more.
Check back with us as we update this page with more stories throughout the month.
Why Companies Led By Women May Do Better
Research in recent years highlights the impact that women can have in the business world, particularly when they attain executive leadership positions.
Are Women Better Investors? Stash Data Flips Gender Stereotypes
Across the media and popular culture, women are often stereotyped as being less equipped than men to manage their money. But in a recent survey, Stash found that women may handle market fluctuations better than men do.
Why So Few Women Have IPOs
2020 was a record year for women taking companies public, but there’s still a long way to go.
Asking for a Raise if You’re a Woman
Despite the pandemic, now might be a good time for women to ask for a raise. More companies are addressing pay inequality.
Women Have More Money Anxiety. Why Talking to Other Women Might Help.
Women have made big strides when it comes to career options and compensation, but they’re still behind men on investing.
Here’s Why Women are Hit Hardest by the Pandemic
Massive layoffs, lack of childcare, and lower pay cause economic pain.
Why Women are Behind in Retirement Savings
The wage gap and less access to workplace plans have an impact.
Podcast: How to Pay Off My Debt with Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche
Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche talks about how she dug herself out of a 5-figure debt sinkhole (and a foreclosure) and became an advocate for others like her.
Podcast: How to Save Money in Your 20s with Erin Lowry
Erin Lowry, the author of ‘Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together,’ offers solid tips and tricks for saving money together in your 20s and beyond.
Podcast: Why Finance Isn't Just a Man's World with Bola Sokunbi
In this episode of Teach Me How to Money, financial educator Bola Sokunbi talks about how she addresses women’s needs when it comes to personal finance—and why it’s okay to get emotional.
Podcast: How to Earn Passive Income with Paula Pant
Life’s all about the choices you make and on this episode of Teach Me How to Money, financial expert Paula Pant talks about how you can afford anything, if you make the right choices, and prioritize saving.
Podcast: How to Talk Finances With Your Partner with Sarah Li Cain
Money is a part of trust in a relationship. If you can tackle your finances as a team, you can tackle anything.
Five Things Women Can Do with Their Money During Women’s History Month
Take time to think about your future, plan for retirement, and build your emergency fund.