Gender Differences in Financial Perceptions, Behaviors and Satisfaction

Hira, Tahira K.; Mugenda, Olive
February 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2000, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p86
Academic Journal
Research has demonstrated that there are differences in the way men and women perceive financial issues. This article provides a summary of one such study, and presents several findings and conclusions in the hope of giving financial advisors insight into gender-influenced factors that may explain clients' spending behaviors.


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