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Girls aged five to 16 receive £2.20 less per week than boys and are allowed less financial independence, report shows The gender pay gap by which women earn significantly less than men during their careers begins early in childhood with boys receiving 20% more pocket money than girls, according to a report. Not only do girls receive less money, they are allowed less financial independence; they are less likely to receive regular payments than boys, and are more dependent on others to buy items for them and manage their money on their behalf. Continue reading...
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Some of that money will go into securing your business with, say, an emergency fund among much other insurance. Take advantage of the social media and social sites In this era, where nearly everyone’s life revolves around the social media, it would be wise if you took advantage of that so you can share your ideas and get insights from and with people whose agenda is nearly if not the same as yours. The secret here is that you should not see other people in the same line of business as yours as competitors rather as tutors and mentors. You will realize that you have a lot to learn from them in the long run. Avoid negative thoughts. While using your social media to connect with like-minded people as you, be sure to engage with your clients as well. Go ahead and advertise your products or services online and see the kind of response that you will get.
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