Financial knowledge goes together with empowerment. But the latest report Financial Wellbeing and Women: Time to Level Up, by wealth management firm Saunderson House, reveals marked differences
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Financial wellness means understanding money’s role and place in your life, and being comfortable navigating the different elements surrounding your money. True financial wellbeing isn’t about being rich or analysing the stock market; it’s a constant balancing act, enabling you to recognise the place money has in your life, and feeling empowered to improve your financial situation.
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The first step in setting and achieving your financial wellness goals is to understand your money mindset…
In this on-demand webinar, Chartered Financial Planner, Kirsten Pettigrew, from independent wealth management firm, Suanderson House shares the advice we can all follow for greater financial wellbeing and confidence.
If you want to get to grips with the Gender Pay Gap, then Helene Reardon-Bond OBE is the person to ask. A UK expert on diversity and equality and…
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Women are more likely than men to feel that they are not preparing adequately for retirement, and, as a consequence, are more likely to end their career with a significantly lower pension or savings…
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