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Worried about Money?

By Staff Writer

Women who Worry about Money

From MSN


Are you one of those women who worry about money? It would be somewhat surprising if you weren't, according to author Merryn Somerset Webb, who reports that 9 out of 10 women say that they feel financially insecure. Even worse, one in every two women actually has "a tremendous fear of becoming a bag lady." If this happens to be you, there's no need to feel ashamed. Even Oprah Winfrey has admitted to this fear, and once hoarded $50 million in her "bag lady fund."

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