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79% of women are in charge of their money

By Staff Writer

August marked a month when women were celebrated nationwide. In paying tribute to the mothers, daughters, and sisters of the nation, JustMoney conducted a 13-question survey to establish how women in the modern world manage their moneyClose to 400 women responded.  

Of this, more than 35% of our participants were between the ages of 35 and 44; 27% between 25 and 34; close to 20% ranged between 45 and 54; 9% were in the 55 and 64 bracket; close to 6% were between 18 and 24; and 3% were above 65. 

When asked who managed their money, 79% of our respondents said they were in charge; only 1% said their partners were running their finances;  while close to 20% said they were co-managing with their partners.

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