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    1. Money Management Tips for Women

      Money Management Tips for Women

      Here's a fascinating article from CNBC. It's called How Women Can Take Control of Their Money and Grow Their Wealth.

      In it, Michelle Fox shares some really eye-opening insights. Here's one that really piqued our interest:

      Women learn, in part, by talking with others. Yet, there is a taboo around discussing finances.

      Take a look at the rest of the tips here as it may be the one that makes you rich...

       

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    2. How Money is One of the Central Issues Why Women Stay in Unhappy Marriages

      How Money is One of the Central Issues Why Women Stay in Unhappy Marriages

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from CNBC. It’s titled Money Stress Traps Many Women Into Staying in Unhappy Marriages.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      The years spent out of the workforce can have a devastating impact on the earning potential of women. Having taken a pause in their careers to raise children, these women struggle to re-engage in a professional world that may not welcome them back.

      To find out more, take a look at the rest of this write-up.

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    3. Simple Nudges That'll Help You Save More

      Simple Nudges That'll Help You Save More

      Saving can be difficult. This article from CNBC, however, aims to help. It's called Trick Yourself Into Better Money Management. No Budget, No Spreadsheets Required.

      It shares some interesting ways to trick yourself into spending less. Little nudges like these are just fascinating:

      Simply writing out your expenses in a monthly calendar as you go is a very eye-opening exercise, even if you aren’t formally following any rules or budgets.

      Take a look at the rest of this article to learn more of these simple nudges to help you save more so you can invest more...

       

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    4. How Kevin O'Leary Learned to Hustle for His Business

      How Kevin O'Leary Learned to Hustle for His Business

      Came across this fascinating piece from CNBC and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled Kevin O'Leary's Mom Taught Him This Important Lesson About Success.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      Being on his own forced O’Leary to hustle to achieve success: In 1986, O’Leary founded software company Softkey Software Products in his basement with no cash but a lot of hard work. He ultimately built that company into a huge business, later called The Learning Company, which he and his co-founders sold to the Mattel Toy Company for $4.2 ...

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    5. China Offers Opportunity for Non-US Countries

      China Offers Opportunity for Non-US Countries

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from CNBC. It’s titled China is Lowering Tariffs on Other Countries Amid Trade War with the US.

      It offers some thought-provoking news. Here’s one that we thought was particularly interesting:

      As Beijing has raised duties on American exports in response to U.S. tariffs, it has lowered trade barriers for other countries, according to an analysis by the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

      To find out more, take a look at the rest of this write-up...

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    6. Is 50 Years-Old Too Late to Begin Saving for Retirement?

      Is 50 Years-Old Too Late to Begin Saving for Retirement?

      We came across this article from CNBC. It's called In Your 50s and Nothing Saved for Retirement? You're Not Alone.

      In it, Jill Cornfield writes about retirement saving at 50 years-old. Here's a fascinating point:

      People commonly overlook the fact that Social Security is a good income replacement for those who make less than $60,000. To that end, Delaney recommends claiming Social Security as late as possible. 

      Jill Cornfield shares a lot more here so do check out the rest of her piece at the link down below...

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    7. How to Ask for a Promotion Without Demanding or even Requesting It

      How to Ask for a Promotion Without Demanding or even Requesting It

      We just had to share this article from CNBC. It's called Want a Promotion? Don't Lead with a Demand or even a Request. Lead with This Instead.

      It shares some truly fascinating tips on how to ask for a promotion. Here's one that we thought was truly thought-provoking:

      Rome wasn’t built in a day, and great ideas aren’t formed overnight — they take time, insight from multiple parties and the right person/people to execute them. If you see an opportunity to do something differently or better, think through the possible obstacles or objections to doing ...

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    8. Retirement for Gen Xers and Baby Boomers

      Retirement for Gen Xers and Baby Boomers

      This is a thought-provoking article from CNBC called Saving for Retirement Depends on Whether You Listen To The Beatles or Bon Jovi.

      In it, personal finance beat reporter Annie Nova, shares some insights on the retirement scenarios for Gen Xers and Baby Boomers. This one's a particularly interesting point:

      Delay claiming Social Security. Almost 40% of boomers assume Social Security will be their primary source of income in retirement, while just 15% of millennials say the same, Wells Fargo found.

      That makes it particularly important for the older generation members to secure the largest check they can, and that ...

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    9. What These Girl Bosses Learned About Taking Maternity Leaves

      What These Girl Bosses Learned About Taking Maternity Leaves

      Thought we would share this article from CNBC. It's called 4 Female Entrepreneurs Discuss the Challenges of Taking Maternity Leave When You're Self-Employed.

      It shares some eye-opening advice. Here's one that we found pretty thought-provoking:

      What I discovered for my business when I had my first child was that my maternity leave auto-reply was deterring media, new clients and opportunities. So I didn’t put one on for my second, third or fourth maternity leaves and I forwarded incoming emails to my team, which allowed me to still be accessible as needed.

      For more of these insights ...

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    10. How to Make the Most Out of Your 401(k)

      How to Make the Most Out of Your 401(k)

      We found this article from CNBC that we thought would be an awesome addition to your reading list. It's titled Here's What it Takes to Become a 401(k) Millionaire at Any Age.

      Personal finance journalist, Jill Cornfield lays out some tips here. This one, in particular, is something that triggered our curiosity:

      If you have a workplace retirement plan, use it. Don’t be scared off by recommended percentages. If you’re struggling with student loans or credit card debt, save 1% of your income. Small amounts add up over time; your job is to create your ...

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