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Money is statistically different for women

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Apart from issues such as wage gaps and single motherhood, statistically, women live longer than men and that has a significant impact on financial planning. Photo: Archive
Apart from issues such as wage gaps and single motherhood, statistically, women live longer than men and that has a significant impact on financial planning. Photo: Archive

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Why do we focus on women and money? Money doesn’t have a gender. A unit trust or a bank account – it makes no difference whether you are a man or a woman. So, what is all the fuss about?

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