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Fine. 1572242221 8.96x6.01x.55 in..59 lbs. Book Description Poverty is much more common for women than men, and most women will be on their own an average of 15 years after their husband's death. For these reasons, it is imperative that women take responsibility for their financial future. Karen Sheridan has spent years working with women to uncover the assumptions about money that diminish financial confidence. In this book, she helps readers pinpoint self-defeating behaviors, recognize underlying fears, and take steps toward a prosperous future. She explains how to recast money as a powerful tool and create a plan for using it wisely. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience.
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