Women and Wealth: Steps to Financial Security
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When it comes to preparing for the future, women and men don’t always behave the same way. In fact, the 2015 Regions Women and Wealth Study asked both women and men what actions they took in the previous 12 months to improve their financial security. The results point to some interesting differences. Women were slightly more likely to have met with a financial advisor, but men were quite a bit more likely to have read a financial book or magazine.

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