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Why now is the best time to start building your own financial identity—even in happy marriages.

It’s hard to believe that only some 50-odd years ago, a woman’s financial identity was tied explicitly to someone else—her husband, her father or some other male in her life. In the modern age, women make up nearly half of the American workforce. In addition, the average age of marriage is now in the late 20s—and unfortunately, the divorce rate remains high.

In other words, women are in financial control of their destiny. Even if they’re married, most women are still financial earners and maintain their own financial identity. With that in mind, here are critical financial items that every woman should know regardless of their stage of life or marital status.


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