grandmother and granddaughter Most women earn less, live longer, experience more work gaps and experience higher health care and caregiving expenses than their male counterparts, leading to far different results when it comes to financial wellness. (Photo: Shutterstock)

While gender roles may be changing somewhat, the fact remains that women have a more difficult path to financial wellness.

A new study by Corporate Insight shows that women are not as confident about financial wellness as men, are less prepared for retirement, and engage in fewer employer-sponsored financial programs.

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