Ladies, here's how to become a millionaire in a few years

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Don't freak out at the finance speak - these three options are much easier than you would ever imagine. All it takes is a decision to become more savvy, a focus on educating yourself and a bit of solid action to make it all happen.

"For women in their 20s, they really should be thinking about it now," says Barbara Turley, wealth strategist and founder of Energise Wealth (energisewealth.com). If the money game has always seemed too scary, it's time to change your frame of mind because Turley believes that in as little as five years, anyone can become a millionaire - you just need to be very prepared to put in the hard yards.

"Most women see money as an ugly thing and associate it with The Wolf of Wall Street, but we need to change that. It's a tool that we can use to bring our greatest dreams to life," says Turley.

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