Why women need financial education

Sunoo, Brenda Paik
December 1997
Workforce (10928332);Dec97, Vol. 76 Issue 12, p51
Reports on the free public seminar program organized by Bank of America (BOA) as an effort to demystify financial planning and money management for women. Statistical comparison of women average life expectancy with men; Average salaries of women compared to men; Women's need to learn more about financial and retirement planning; Legislative actions about women's retirement-savings plans.


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