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The Complicated Relationship Between Women and Finances

There can be no question -- particularly in my family -- that women play a vital role in household and family finances. Which makes it all the more surprising when a few recent Allianz Life studies showed that women are actually on a downward trend on a couple of key economic fronts.

This is especially a head-scratcher when you think of the reported progress that women have made in their roles both at home and in the workplace. There are more female CEOs of 500 companies than ever before. Women are earning more bachelor's degrees than men. More working mothers are the primary

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