Women need different financial advice from men.
Women are at a fascinating juncture in history. We are earning more, progressing further in our careers yet still lagging behind men in financial literacy. Women control most of the household expenditure, yet we save and invest much lesser than men.
There is no shortage of financial media, yet they are mostly catered to men. Women Finance is a grossly under-served market. Most financial news are technical and boring. They don’t speak to women and form real emotional value. Women don’t want to know stock picks or technical analysis; we want to know how certain financial choices can better our life and improve our net worth.
Women want authentic advice that addresses our struggles. We want relevant insights that are tailored to our complex needs.
Unfortunately, even in an age where women are breaking the income ceiling, many still believe that they need a man to take care of them and often leave their finances to their husbands or partners to figure out.
Most women are uncomfortable with money, manifesting it as disinterest. The New Savvy believes that most women are concerned with financial management. We’re here to tell you that you’re not the only one who’s lost on where to start taking charge of your finances. You don’t have to be afraid of money management!
Money is not everything but it gives you freedom and choice. Healthy financial habits provide security. Take actions to advance your net worth today!
The New Savvy wants to be a platform that provides resources and information to demystify finance and spur financial consciousness. We want to make money interesting to women and transform women’s relationship with money.
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