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Financial Planning for Women: Learning Where to Start

6 second take: Women are often left behind when it comes to financial education. So where do you even start?

Amy Corcoran graduated from college two years ago. At 23 years old, she is ready to invest for her future, but doesn’t know where to start. She’s one of many women who struggle with a lack of resources and knowledge when it comes to financial planning.

“There aren’t many marketing campaigns that target younger women,” Corcoran says. “My bank should reach out to me about investing, but no one has.”

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