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Personal Finance: Women should be confident to enquire about their finances

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Women's questions about finance are important, this is why. Photo: iStock
Women's questions about finance are important, this is why. Photo: iStock

PERSONAL FINANCE

Paid an average of 35% less than men for the same job, half the mothers in this country raise their children on their own, most without any financial support. Women live longer than men, so should really be investing more for their future, but they are too busy trying to be good mums on incomes lower than those of the absent fathers.

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