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      Important Financial Advice for Women

      Don’t let the financial world be a mystery. Use these financial tips for lifelong security.

      Financial independence is crucial, no matter your marital status. Don’t rely on a partner’s interest in finance or let financial planning fall behind other demands in your life. Neither option is practical, and for your own security, it’s imperative to take an active role in your finances.

      Set Financial Goals

      The first step is to visualize your future. You want to retire. You might want kids, a new degree, or a long vacation every year. Buying a house takes financial planning, as does an emergency fund. Decide what your goals are and how much they’ll cost. Many banks offer tools and worksheets to help you put your goals on paper and start planning.

      Save Early for Retirement

      Because women live longer and tend to leave and reenter the workforce due to caregiving responsibilities, they need to plan for retirement early. With or without a 401(k), you can build toward retirement. IRA and Roth IRAs are good options that stick with you even if you have changes in your career. And if you have a 401(k) through your employer, contribute aggressively. Plan to save 15 percent of your income—possibly more if you start saving later in life.

      Build a Financial Network

      If finances are foreign to you, seek out the knowledge you need. Enlist a financial planner or other resource to guide you through budgeting, investing, and saving—at least until you feel confident. Talk to friends about what works for them. Learn how to ask for a raise.

      If you’re married, include your spouse in this network. Talk weekly about spending, goals and any financial apprehension you might have. Having regular conversations about money and finances leaves no room for surprises, and you’ll both get more comfortable with the subject over time.

      Establish Financial Independence

      It’s important to maintain your financial autonomy, married or not. Having your own checking, savings, and credit accounts will help you build credit and save, no matter your marital status or your partner’s financial abilities.

      To build additional credit, put certain bills such as rent and utilities in your name and set them to pay automatically.

      Prioritize Your Financial Needs

      Save for yourself first, as selfish as it may feel. That may mean saving for retirement before adding to your child’s college fund. It’s relatively simple to borrow for college, but very difficult to borrow for retirement. The me-first philosophy extends to your social life as well. Weigh invitations to go out and spend against your need to save. A good budget includes social spending, but saying “no” occasionally may be better for you in the long run.

      Sources:

      http://money.usnews.com/money/slideshows/11-money-tips-for-women  

      http://www.investopedia.com/financial-edge/0512/30-financial-tips-that-women-should-know-by-30.aspx

      http://financialplan.about.com/od/womenandfinances/a/TipsForWomen.htm  

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/financial-advice-for-women/

      http://www.bankrate.com/brm/news/pf/20060426a1.asp

      http://finance.youngmoney.com/credit_debt/financial-independence-8-tips-for-newly-married-women/  

      http://www.wiserwomen.org/index.php?id=738&page=Financial_Tips_for_Young_People

      http://www.kiplinger.com/article/credit/T065-C015-S001-7-financial-tips-from-money-smart-young-women.html

       

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