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Cape Town - With mothers giving so much to their families, they should spare a thought on their long-term investment strategies.

This is the message from Lizl Budhram, head of advice at Old Mutual Personal Finance, who noted that many mothers are forgoing personal spending to save money each month.

Although women are more conscientious than men in many areas, including saving and sticking to budgets, the 2016 Old Mutual Savings and Investment Monitor revealed that they tend to lag behind men when it comes to implementing long-term investment strategies.

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