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Financial Self-Defense for Women

Financial Self-Defense for Women

Finance Advice, Helping Women
A well-stocked woolen stocking is an essential weapon to defend yourself in the event of a bad surprise of life. Young women may be educated and say they are fiercely independent, they are not really so until they have cushioned their financial cushion. Here's how to get there. DISCIPLINE, RIGOR AND CONFIDENCE What is the connection between martial arts and financial independence? Both require discipline and effort, and then they provide assurance and power. Many young women learn self-defense skills to defend themselves in case of aggression. They would benefit from applying the same principle to their bank account: by filling it, it will become their secret weapon, which will support them during the hardships of life - job loss, separation, illness - events that have more risk of ...
How Women Manage Their Finances and Their Wealth

How Women Manage Their Finances and Their Wealth

Finance Advice, Personal Finance
When it comes to money, clichés are tough and want women to be cautious in their investments. An Ifop - Union Financière de France study comes to demolish some received ideas ... but also to confirm others. Investments: More and more decision-making women Are women proactive in choosing their financial investments? The cliché would like that Mr. pilot decisions on money. Missed ! To the question "in your relationship, which of you or your spouse is the ultimate decision-maker on the choice of your financial or wealth investments?", More than four out of ten women claim to make these decisions jointly and an almost identical proportion says the to do "herself". On the other hand, only 8% leave the hand to their spouse, when 7% are single. In the latter case, the debate is null and voi
Personal Finance for Women

Personal Finance for Women

Finance Advice, Helping Women
Both men and women are greatly influenced by their emotions and values ​​when it comes to making financial decisions. However, there are significant differences between the two sexes, according to the financial planner and chair of the board of IQPF Nathalie Bachand. While women perceive themselves as far-sighted and economically efficient in terms of financial management, men say they are rather free and fully autonomous, she said Tuesday as part of the Women and Success event, an initiative of the psychologist Rose-Marie Charest. In terms of money, men and women have a marked aversion to losses, but women would be even more reluctant to see the value of their investments perish momentarily. As a result, women are often more cautious in their investments. "It has not been that lo