How to be a Super Smart Woman
New Strategies for Superannuation
- ISBN-13: 9780995369269
- Publisher/Imprint: THREEKOOKABURRAS PTY LTD
- Author: Taylor, Pauline
- Price: AUD 29.95
- Stock: 186 in stock
- Availability: Order will be despatched as soon as possible.
- Local release date: 21/08/2017
- Format: Paperback (198mm X 128mm) 240 pages Weight: 280g
- Categories: Personal finance [VSB]
Women should devote more time to their financial future than men. Women live longer, by four or five years usually, but earn less. Many women will outlive their partners and face long periods alone in their old age. Women earn 16 per cent less than men on average, and men are likely to earn 1.5 times more over their working lives than women. So women generally have less money but need to make it last longer than men. This requires astute financial management. This easy-to-read, easy-to-follow book will change the way you do your finances. It explains how super works, ways to grow your super, ways to manage budgets and finances. In short, it has all the financial steps women can take at every stage in life to ensure a better future.
Pauline Taylor is a finance and economics consultant whose long career spans the public and private sectors. Work in the financial services industry includes banking, stockbroking, managed funds analysis and credit ratings. In government, she provided advice and support to small businesses. Pauline has conducted seminars, discussion groups and webinars in superannuation and retirement planning for women in all the mainland states of Australia. Pauline is a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia. She is a board member of the Women’s Information and Referral Exchange, and is a member of the Women in Super Policy Committee. Pauline is not aligned with any financial institution.
- Discusses important financial related topics for women such as Superannuation & Wills
- Discusses all new super laws and changes taking place as of July 2017 that will affect Australians
- New Super laws will relate & affect over 2 million Australian older age women
- Discusses how women can take steps to be more self-sufficient financially as they get older
- highlights investment in areas such as stocks, bonds and property investment for women
- Title to be reviewed and featured in Money magazine (cir) 20k & Australian Financial Review newspaper
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