There’s an interesting discussion on women and salary happening in the comments section

September 10th, 2007

There's an interesting discussion happening in the comments of last week's post about gender and money. As usual, the comments make me think that this site has the best readers in the world. (Cool note: This weekend, I Will Teach You To Be Rich crossed 7,000 comments.)

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13 stunning differences in how men and women think about money

September 06th, 2007

Digg this! Thanks to the 35+ comments on the last post, Rob from BankSwitcher ("Switching banks is hard...we make it easier") was kind enough to re-analyze the data from my survey on gender and money (n=1,167). Below, you'll see red highlighting around areas where there are dramatic gender differences. For example: Slide 10: Guess who negotiates their ...

Survey responses — what jumps out at you?

September 04th, 2007

Here are the survey responses from 1,167 respondents from last week's gender and money survey. Rob from Bankswitcher helped with the analysis, and is willing to dig into the data a little more. I personally don't believe all of the data -- look at the household income, for example -- but much of it is interesting and even surprising. ...

Tell us how you think about money — I’ll post results next week

August 24th, 2007

When I started the series on women and personal finance, Kimble wrote, "I am a little skeptical that this is a series being done by someone who is an outside observer to the female-personal-finance realm." She encouraged me to use data instead of making it up, so today I'm running her survey on the site. Please take a couple minutes ...

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Heroines of Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship #6: Barbara Stanny

August 23rd, 2007

Interview contributed by Cody McKibben -- Barbara Stanny is a powerful speaker who has devoted herself to transforming women's relationship with money. She is the author of five books about personal finance and women in business, and working on a sixth! Barbara is the daughter of the late entrepreneur and philanthropist Richard A. Bloch, who co-founded H&R Block ...

Heroines of Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship #5: Michelle Goodman

August 13th, 2007

Interview contributed by Cody McKibben – Michelle Goodman is a bold Seattle freelance writer who's been working for herself for 15 years, contributing to Salon, Bust, Bitch, Bark, the Seattle Times, and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. Now she's compiled the book she wished she'd found when she first started out on her own -- The Anti 9-to-5 Guide: Practical Career ...