Women working hard to close the financial wellbeing gap
March 29, 2022
In a world where women are still struggling to meet the same level of financial wellbeing as men, one woman from Paeroa has been able to exceed these expectations for her whānau.
Paeroa Budgeting Services – part of the Paeroa Community Support Trust (PCST) – have been walking alongside a woman to support her towards her family’s goal to own their own home.
This is timely as International Women’s Day was celebrated in early March – with experts reporting woman still have a lower level of financial wellbeing than men. However, statistics show women are often better at the day-to-day budgeting.
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