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FACT: 85% of women manage their household’s everyday expenses, yet only 23% of them take the lead in long-term financial planning. Why is this? In The Fiscal Feminist, private wealth manager Kimberlee Davis points to a two-fold crisis among women when it comes to their money decisions: an issue of competence (acting with skill) and confidence (acting without fear).
First, regarding competence: women are a remarkably smart, hardworking group. We are better educated than men. We start more businesses. And studies show that when we do invest, we get better returns.
But we don’t invest enough or plan proactively enough, and this is in large part related to how we feel about our finances—our level of confidence. Many women assume that men are naturally better at handling money, or that they’ve picked up more training in life, or that managing finances is a scary task they shouldn’t have to do. But none of that is true.
This book closes both the competence and confidence gaps by teaching you how to:
Achieve financial literacy.
Establish the right tools and rules for managing your money.
Plan for the future.
Publisher : Wonderwell (May 31, 2022)
Language : English
Paperback : 288 pages
ISBN-10 : 1637560001
ISBN-13 : 978-1637560006
Item Weight : 15.2 ounces
Dimensions : 6 x 1 x 9 inches