When it comes to understanding finances and financial behavior, a gender gap still exists between men and women. Although the gals have become greater players in economic marketplace, the guys still have the edge according to a study released today by the Filene Research Institute.

In “The Gender Gap: Troubling Financial Capability Findings Among Women,” authors Carlo de Bassa Scheresberg and Annamaria Lusardi, both of George Washington University’s Financial Literacy Excellence Center, noted that despite increased workforce participation and improved understanding and management of personal finances, women still lag behind me in key areas.


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