Women And Finance: Is The Picture Improving?

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BY MARGARET PRICE
Given her skill at handling money, Elizabeth Dodson could be a model for women. She meets quarterly with her financial advisor and holds a monthly meeting with her husband about household finances. And when it comes to budgeting, this co-founder of HomeZada, a digital home management system, seems to have it nailed: To track all outlays, she maintains individual spreadsheets on a range of expenses, such as health care, home maintenance, travel, entertainment and the like.
Perhaps it’s not surprising. Raised by a single mother, Dodson learned the value of money at an early age, and she obtained a bank job while still in college.
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