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Majority of women don’t have an advisor

Ninety-two percent of single mothers say their family structure has increased the need for financial awareness.
Ninety-two percent of single mothers say their family structure has increased the need for financial awareness.

More than half of all women are the “chief financial officer” of their households and 57 percent say they have more earning power, according to a new report.

Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America unveiled this finding in its “2013 Women, Money & Power Study.” More than 2,000 women ages 25-75 with a minimum annual household income of $30,000 participated in the survey.

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