State of Women’s Financial Health

Here’s a thought-provoking piece from Sifted. It’s called Women’s money: can we close the investment gap?

In it, Victoria Dmitrenko shares her insights on the state of women’s financial health. Here’s a short excerpt:

Traditional financial strategies assume that a person’s income will constantly grow over many years, but this development is more common for men than women. Women often sacrifice careers altogether or take breaks to take care of children and loved ones, so there are times when their income falls or is completely absent.

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