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Must-read personal finance books for women

It’s no secret that women face unique financial challenges. They earn less[1], live longer, and generally struggle to achieve the same financial confidence as their male counterparts[2]. But the right resources can help.

From building a business to growing your nest egg, these books written by women and for women share unique perspectives to empower you to achieve your goals and make the most of your money.

Infographic: Best finance books for women


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