Personal Finance

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
Women and Personal Finances, Account is Not Good

Women and Personal Finances, Account is Not Good

Helping Women, Personal Finance
First of all, the following is not a moralizing paper for women whose income is below the poverty line, quite the contrary! Far too many people live in poverty in this country. And the phenomenon is now affecting employees, who are increasingly likely to use food banks. We live in a neo-liberal era and equal opportunities remains a cruel joke. And even when he has favored us, the spell can turn against us at any moment. All of this deserves a whole article, but that is not my point today. No, I want to talk to you about "financial illiteracy," which is more prevalent than we think in what we might call the middle class. It is not possible for everyone to understand how credit and interest rates work. Many do not have the time to manage loans and credit cards and are not sufficiently war...
Finance and Heritage: What Women Want

Finance and Heritage: What Women Want

Helping Women, Personal Finance
Private banks and wealth management firms offer women-specific programs to help them prepare for their future. It is often forgotten, but it was not until 1965 that women were allowed to open their own bank account without the permission of their husbands. In doing so, they finally managed their own assets. This little historical reminder explains why, in a caricatural way, "the woman manages the budget and the man the long-term investments," says Jennifer Pillet, founder of Jennifer au féminin, an internet platform offering support, from the simple patrimonial study to the implementation of the recommended solutions. "Women's involvement in heritage management is relatively recent. This explains why ten years ago, men often came alone to get advice, or at best, as a couple, "explains V