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Women on Wealth

Women on Wealth’s purpose is to empower women to make informed financial decisions for a better and brighter future. The mission is to serve as a platform for women to excel both financially and personally.

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6 Experiential Birthday Gifts for the Person Who Has Everything

According to the National Association of Productivity and Organizing, a surprising 79 percent of the population never use some of the gifts they receive each year.1 Whether it’s a birthday or around the holidays, the statistics show a majority of us have received gifts we didn’t want, don’t find useful or forget about quickly. Next time a dear friend or relative’s birthday approaches, you may want to consider taking an alternative route to your gift-giving strategy. We’re offering six experiential birthday ideas to help your loved one create lasting memories without taking up space.

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6 Surprising Costs of Motherhood

While bringing a baby into this world is an exciting and fulfilling experience, it comes with numerous implications that may be overlooked. According to the Pew Research Center, while women in the U.S. are waiting longer to have children than before, they are “still starting their families sooner” than women in other developed countries.

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Adoption in 2021: What Are the Financial Obligations of Being a Guardian?

Assuming guardianship of a minor sounds straightforward enough — and it’s often the most logical option if you’re looking to adopt. Yet becoming and remaining a guardian includes significant financial commitment. If you’re considering becoming a guardian, make sure you understand the finances involved beforehand.

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5 Great Children's Books To Teach Kids About Money

It’s always a good idea to start planning early when it comes to teaching your kids about money. With the holidays right around the corner, now is a great time to gift the children in your life books that they can enjoy while also teaching them how to be financially responsible.

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Having a Baby? 8 Financial Decisions To Make Over the Next Nine Months

Bringing a baby into the world can be exhilarating, and the anticipation of change can often be overwhelming for new parents. Suddenly, nine months feels like the blink of an eye when it comes to preparing for the expansion of your family. Not only will your life change overall, but the details of your finances and everyday nuances will suddenly become drastically different.

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4 Things to Know Before Adding Your Teen to Your Car Insurance

For teenagers, getting that first car is a milestone - it serves as a symbol of maturity and independence. Nonetheless, most teens aren’t in the financial position to pay their own car insurance. But with teenagers aged 16-19 being the most likely to damage their cars, going uninsured isn’t an option.

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