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Women Entrepreneurs Leading the Way
Gone are the days when the typical American woman was a stay-at-home mom. Today they're making waves - and money - in the business world

Does It Cost More Money to Be a Woman?
According to a study conducted earlier this year by the FINRA Education Institute women face a number of financial challenges that appear to be unique to their gender. On average, women pay a half-point higher interest rate on credit cards than men do.

Growth Investing vs Value Investing
When you invest for growth you are usually seeking capital appreciation over the long term A value investor looks for bargains and chooses investments that have low prices in relation to such factors as earnings, sales, net current assets.

American Women in Business
Nine million companies in the U.S. are women-owned. They employ almost 8 million people and produce $4 trillion in sales. That's a big chunk of the U.S. economy in the hands of capable women.

Smart Financial Advice for Female Entrepreneurs
Although there have been some real advances for women in the workplace over the past decade, there are still challenges. One way to circumvent these challenges is to start your own business.

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