By making smart decisions, let your savings grow while you are having fun! Women are succeeding in all walks of life, and they are taking on leadership roles in the corporate world, starting their own successful businesses, and joining the ranks of the most exclusive professional fields. This success means they are making more money than ever before. While gender inequality in the workplace is still a significant issue, women are closing the gap, making sound financial planning and financial literacy vital skills every woman should have. From learning how to set up a budget, to making prudent and smart investment choices, the following articles on financial planning for women will explain how to achieve financial literacy and help women learn about investing, banking, and more.


Investing 101 Part 3: Know Your Investments

Investing 101 Series - Part 3: Know Your Investments I am now observing trends and seeing new movements. How do I convert these observations into profitable investments? Just like you research where to get the best buy on a large purchase. Buying a car, you first do...

Investing 101 Part 2: Investment Basics

Investing 101 Series - Part 2: Investment Basics The basics of investments take many forms. It is like trying to learn algebra or advanced trigonometry without knowing the arithmetic tables. The basics or equivalent of the arithmetic tables are not complicated but...

Investing 101 Part 1: What is an Investment?

Investing 101 Series - Part 1: What is an Investment? Keep up with our investment series and you will become as good as anyone and can invest with knowledge and confidence. What is an investment? An investment is the placing of money for the purpose of receiving a...

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The Significance of Your Signature: Interesting Legal Facts

Throughout your lifetime, you will have to sign your name many times. Whether you are agreeing to an employment contract, finalizing the mortgage details for your home, or bearing witness to the execution of a document, your signature is required to seal the deal. All...

Use the Rule of 72 to Estimate Compound Interest

Use the Rule of 72 to Estimate Compound Interest The Rule of 72 is one of the most useful tools a new investor can learn because it makes it easy to estimate, quickly and efficiently, both the number of years necessary at a given rate of return to double your money...


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