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Plain-English guidance addressing the financial concerns of women and offering savvy money-management strategies – with practical applications for men, too.
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Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab, says women know who they are as investors -- for example, whether theyâ€™re aggressive or risk-averse.
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Women often face a savings shortfall as they approach retirement. The goal is to catch up as soon as possible.
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A quirk in employer pension formulas gives women a big advantage.
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In high-net-worth households, women are more likely to make their own decisions about where to donate.
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Four women managers of Kip 25 funds offer their guidance for female investors. For starters: Think long term.
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How one woman started out as a secretary and found entrepreneurial success as the CEO of a multi-million-dollar construction company.
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What drew these women into the financial field, and what lessons can they share with young women?
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The Weirs have been collaborating on Paradigm Micro Cap since 2008.
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These digital investing platforms geared towards women are worth a second look.
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Men and women approach financial planning differently, but there's success in their balance.
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Women are less likely than men to discuss finances with their friends, so they start off at a big disadvantage.
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