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The best way to ensure you have sufficient time to invest in the financial markets is to invest steadily and start from a young age. Let your investments compound. This is important as you are likely to invest in blue-chip companies with dividends and are growing. You have the time to let these companies grow and reap from their businesses. It is important to have a personal reason to save habitually as it will play a role in goal setting and financial management. Women often work hard to care for their family and provide a comfortable lifestyle. Thus, this goal will serve as a great motivator when personal sacrifices are called for. Financially savvy women in Asia take the lead in arranging the finances of the family and tend to share equal strengths with their male counterparts as opposed to western women who are more conservative than men when deploying their money. Nevertheless, women globally portray lower investing confidence compared to men, and project conservative investment numbers, giving them minimal gains.

Women, Career & Money: Fearless Living & Financial Independence Sign up here The New Savvy Vietnam Chapter Launch Event - Friday, August 16th 2019 Are you ready to take control of your finances but don't know where to start? Is 2019 the year...
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The income tax in Hong Kong is mandatory for anyone who earn a living in the region. Most of the time, you get your first tax bill around 18 months after you started working. This does not mean you...
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Have you ever been in a situation wherein your wallet is empty and yet the next paycheck is still days away? Or you were just in an emergency situation that requires financing - but you do not have the...
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