7 Money Links We Love: The Biggest Myth About Women Investors—Debunked

7 Money Links We Love: The Biggest Myth About Women Investors—Debunked

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President Obama recently proposed new standards to protect consumers from hackers—including a requirement that companies notify customers within 30 days if their information has been compromised. How the White House Wants to Save Americans From Cybercriminals — MarketWatch

Only 8% of American workers are satisfied with their salaries—and yet less than half have ever asked for a pay bump. What's holding them back? Wanting a Raise, But Afraid to Ask — The Wall Street Journal

In a move to help working parents, Obama is pushing initiatives that will require companies to give seven days of paid leave, along with other family-friendly policies. Why We Think Paid Leave Is a Worker's Right, Not a Privilege — LinkedIn

About 80% of taxpayers receive a refund—but you might be surprised to learn which demographics get the most money back. Nearly 8 Out of 10 U.S. Taxpayers Get Refunds — CNN

From being a Debby Downer to keeping your desk like a pigsty, these six surprising behaviors can prevent you from advancing in your career. 6 Things You Don’t Know You’re Doing That Hold Back Your Career — MainStreet

Despite common misconceptions, it turns out women aren’t necessarily more cautious investors than men. A new study of wealthy women finds they’re actually more likely to take risks—as long as they understand the trades. What Wealthy Women Want — CNBC

Survey says: These five online tools are the most effective for tweaking and storing your passwords. Five Best Password Managers — Lifehacker

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