Women Are $268,000 Short of Retirement

Lower earnings and longer lives are a powerful one-two punch that threatens to keep women on the ropes in retirement. A recent study measured the retirement savings divide between 45-year-old men and women. It found that women, on average, are more than $268,000 short of what they need to retire comfortably at 65. For the average man, it's $212,000. Bloomberg's Suzanne Woolley takes a closer look at why there's such a wide gender gap in retirement. (Source: Bloomberg)

Full Show: Bloomberg Technology (08/15)
34:17 - Guests include: Keith Rabois, Khosla Ventures partner, and Tina Sharkey, Brandless chief executive officer. (Source: Bloomberg)
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