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We are a group of women working in personal finance media who believe that while personal finance written for women may have good intentions behind it, personal finance written by women is better. It allows women to voice solutions to the problems they’ve encountered in their own lived experiences, become their own advocates and earn a living while they’re at it.

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International Women’s Day: Gender, Equality and Personal Finance

Happy International Women’s Day! We’re marking the occasion with a content celebration featuring work from women in personal finance media. Check out the intersection of gender equality and money below. Gender Equality & Personal Finance “Have the conversation. Advocate for yourself. When you do well in your position, ask for a raise. “   –Tremaine …

Join Personal Finance by Women for International Women’s Day

March 8 is International Women’s Day. In honor of the holiday, Personal Finance by Women is putting together a content celebration! Join us by creating a piece of content on your site around gender equality and its impact on individuals’ personal economies or independence. Here are some ideas to get you started: Has gender inequality …

How Women Should Plan for Medicare Differently

Planning for retirement often means different things to different people. Lifestyle priorities are big things to consider when planning for retirement. Saving for retirement also means accounting for different savings habits between men and women. For instance, women, in general, need to save more than men for retirement, but they often earn less. Women and …

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