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Cash Edict: Every Woman Should Know These by 30
Surprisingly many women, no matter how independent they claim to be, still...
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Cash Edict: Every Woman Should Know These by 30

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There are many ways to make yourself financially stable. but in the case of ladies it's different. They are more reliable on financial advisor or on their spouse. There are some cash and financial ethics which every women should know by 30's for being independent financial advisor for themselves.

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Cash Edict: Every Woman Should Know These by 30

  1. 1. Cash Edict: Every Woman Should Know These by 30 Surprisingly many women, no matter how independent they claim to be, still rely on men to take care of their finances. They allow their husbands, fathers, boyfriends, brothers, or even just their male bank manager to make financial decisions for them. This lack of control is alarming, and can seriously affect their financial stability, not just now, but later in life. Although money is something few of us like talking about, these 6 steps can help women take back control of their own money: 1. Open Your Bank and Credit Card Statements It's all too easy to have a vague idea of what goes in, what comes out, and when you pay the bills. However, a regular health check of your account, including cancelling unnecessary payments, is essential, as is keeping an eye open for any transactions that you didn't carry out. 2. Track Your Finances With so many apps available such as online banking and budgeting tools, there's really no excuse for not staying on top of every penny you're spending. Get into the habit of recording every coffee, newspaper, and travel ticket; you'll feel more cogent 3. Save the Change Many bank accounts have a tool whereby you can set your account to round up payments and put the balance into a savings account. If you're one of the "I can't afford to save" brigades, you'll be surprised to find several hundred dollars put aside at the end of each year without even noticing. Think of it as the 21st century equivalent of a change jar! 4. Take Advantage of Pension If you have access to a workplace pension, take advantage of it, even if retirement may seem a very long way off. 5. Don't Make False Economies Buying cheap means replacing often. Quality lasts, so if you have to make major household or personal purchases, don't skimp as it will be more expensive in the long run. 6. Don't Be Afraid of Finances The only reason men are traditionally in charge of women’s finances is from a historic lack of women actually having their own disposable cash.

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