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Financial Planning For Women, Personal Financial Planning Tips & AdviceInsurance, retirement, budgeting, savings, debt – they are enough to make a woman’s head spin. PLAN is must-have reading to make sense of how to lay the foundations and come out with money in your pocket -- with top financial planning tips to make extra money for women. Be financially savvy and plan for success.This is planning for success for the modern women. It includes budgeting hacks, retirement tips, savings ideas and insurance tips to increase your income. Check out this resource and become financially savvy.Insurance is an essential part of life these days. It’s in everyone’s best interest to be well-versed about the details of any car, home, travel, medical and life insurance offering. All the answers are here in this insurance planning and buying guide for women. Be in the know about the factors to consider when purchasing insurance to maximise in-pocket savings. There are heaps of insurance tips to increase your income while ensuring that coverage is not only adequate but optimal!Retirement is the section everyone needs to read early on in working life. It’s never premature to plan! Our retirement planning advice and tips for women offer amazing guidance on calculating the amount needed for a happy and healthy retirement. We then goes a step further in advising on how to set a course to reach that financial goal. Keep abreast of ever-changing rules and laws in The New Savvy’s Retirement.Budgeting is the crux of good money management. This budgeting guide to make extra money for women knows all and tells all. It’s a big balancing act, finding an even keel between saving and spending. Tips and advice on setting up, maintaining, tweaking and following a budget can help any woman who’s looking to get her fiscal house in order – or even expand her financial horizons.Savings is an online resource to help women create their nest-egg. As a savings guide and investment advice for women, this chapter focuses on investing for the future by saving money in a variety of ways. Saving money is an ideal way to grow money through interest and dividend income. It’s of paramount importance to understand the positive difference that a regular commitment to savings makes for women.Debt is often a frightening word for women. However, with a bit of common sense, a debt situation can be turned into a positive success story. This debt management plan and solutions for women offer examples and advice by financial experts on clearing debts of all kinds. Women can learn to oversee their credit scores and ratings better. There’s a fine art in the taking out and paying back student debt – and all secrets shall be revealed here, at The New Savvy.

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