A woman's guide to personal finance
Lightbulb Press, May 30, 2001 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
The Brightest Ideas in Personal Finance For women running a household, working up a career ladder, or managing a business, this guide provides advice for making financial decisions such as managing money and planning for retirement, while dealing with the unexpected, such as divorce, widowhood, and debt.
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Expect the Unexpected
Dealing with Illness
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