Closing The Financial Literacy Gap For Women


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Caroline Castrillon, business and life coach, shares the findings of the 2019 Women, Money, and Power Study, commissioned by Allianz Life Insurance Company. The study showcases the accomplishments of women by putting a spotlight on female empowerment.

Castrillon also lists some fundamental reasons why it is key to close the financial literacy gap for women to achieve true empowerment.

Some of the reasons include: 1) Women live longer; 2) Women control the purse strings; 3) Women deserve economic equality; and 4) Women have a right to be represented.

Castrillon, in her conclusion, emphasizes that investing in women's financial literacy is the key to achieving economic and social equality. Read the Entire Article


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