Maya and Mapalo discuss how women tend to approach money and finances and why this can be either a positive or hold them back from taking necessary risk.
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The experience of an 80-year-old widow turns into an important lesson on why every woman needs to have her own credit record.
Every married woman should seriously consider having her own financial adviser, who has her best interests at heart and can advise her accordingly.