Women and Men are more alike than different, at least when it comes to their attitudes about money. According to a new study by Prudential (PRU) called 'Financial Experience and Behaviors Among Women', 80% of women and 75% of men felt financially unprepared and had some level of discomfort with their ability to make wise financial decisions. The study also found that five years into the financial recovery, women appear to be feeling more financially secure. The study also found Gen X women are the least confident about their financial future. The percentage of female breadwinners, along with married women taking charge financially, is also continuing to trend higher. Lynnette Khalfani-Cox is a personal finance expert and joins TheStreet's Susannah Lee to talk about the findings.