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Entrepreneurial Websites


bullet MsMoney.Com
http://www.msmoney.com/
MsMoney.com is a financial services consumer Web site offering content, community, and commerce to empower and educate people to be financially healthy. Today, investors are looking for a safe and reliable source for high quality, comprehensive financial information and services that meet their unique needs.

bullet U.S. Dept. of Labor, Women's Bureau
http://www.dol.gov/wb/media/wbpublications.htm

bullet VALUE: Voice for Adult Literacy United for Education
http://www.valueusa.org/
VALUE's mission is to strengthen adult literacy efforts in the United States through learner involvement and leadership.

bullet Women's Financial Network
http://www.wfn.com/
WFN at Siebert (WFN) is a pioneering financial institution for women, by women. The founders know that women face very unique life events and need a trusted source for investment information and products.
Mickie Siebert has been trailblazing the financial services world for over 30 years now. At WFN at Siebert, women are empowered to manage their financial affairs with confidence through interactive tools, targeted communities, forums with Mickie Siebert, and access to competitive financial products.

bullet Women's Institute for a Secure Retirement
http://www.wiserwomen.org/
The Women's Institute for a Secure Retirement works to provide low and moderate income women (aged 18 to 65) with basic financial information aimed at helping them take financial control over their lives and to increase awareness of the structural barriers that prevent women's adequate participation in the nation's retirement systems.

Although women have entered the labor force in record numbers, their access to retirement benefits has not followed at the same level. As the only project to focus exclusively on the specific inequities that disadvantage women, WISER seeks to improve the opportunities for women to secure retirement income.



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