Step-By-Step Guide To Sustainable Investing For Women
Cosmopolitan India|November - December 2021
Author Jessica Robinson shares the Cosmo-approved step-by-step guide to sustainable investing for women.
Jessica Robinson

''Talking about women and money can sometimes feel like an uncomfortable conversation. It’s emotive, it can be misleading, and it certainly touches on some issues we’d rather avoid discussing. But that is the last thing you should do—money is an important topic to be engaged with.

The bottom line is that women face a lot of gaps when it comes to money. The gender pay gap receives a great deal of attention, and rightly so. Worldwide, women still make only 77 cents for every dollar earned by men, creating a lifetime of income inequality. But it is not just about what we get paid. Women face other gaps too—a savings gap, a pension gap, even a debt gap.

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