Women must be able to make major financial decisions

Weaver, Peter
February 1993
Nation's Business;Feb93, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p61
Reports on a study on women's financial responsibilities. Oppenheimer Funds survey; Tendency of women to procrastinate; Advice for women on financial decision-making; Investment of money in securities; Finding a financial adviser.


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