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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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Discussing Costs With Your College-Bound Teen

The first week of college is a time of excitement for recent high school graduates. They want to see and do everything without the ball and chain that is their parents. Doing everything is likely to cost money. So then, the first week of college is also about learning, learning how to budget. Making a good budget is one of the first discussions you should have with your college-bound high school student before they head off for school.

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Studies Suggest Womens' Lack of Financial Confidence Is Affecting Their Investments. Here Are 5 Ways to Financially Empower Yourself (Or a Woman in Your Life)

According to a recent study, there is a found universal gender gap in financial literacy between men and women. However, while women reported not knowing the answers to more financial questions than men, this wasn’t solely due to a lack of financial knowledge. Rather, it came from a lack of confidence in financial decision-making.1 Follow these five tips to boost your confidence and financially empower yourself or the women in your life.

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Bullet Journaling Your Way Toward a Budget

Most of us have tried at least once to set a budget and stick to it. For many, apps on their phone or spreadsheets on the computer help them achieve this task. But for those with a more creative side, these types of tools may not work. That’s where bullet journaling comes in. What is it exactly? Bullet journaling is simply an organized system that helps people kickstart their to-do lists, stay on track with goals and, you guessed it, switch up their approach to keeping their personal finances in order.

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8 Step Summer Financial Checkup

It seems like when summertime hits, time slows down. The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is over, the taxes are complete and the vacation days are scheduled. If you find yourself with a bit of extra time on your hands in the upcoming months, you may want to use this opportunity to check in on your family’s finances. While doing a thorough analysis of your wealth may sound intimidating, we’ve broken it down into eight simple steps to keep you focused and on-track.

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