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Suze Orman says women "still need to find a financial voice" - Dotemirates
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Suze Orman says women "still need to find a financial voice"

"Self-worth equals net worth" is a favorite saying of SuzeOrman, one of this country's most recognized personal finance experts. Now the two-time Emmy Award-winning TV host and author of nine New York Times best-sellers is sharing what she realized while witnessing the Me Too movement against sexual harassment "I realized women finally have a voice, they're speaking up the unspeakable – they still need to find a financial voice," Orman told "CBS This Morning" Wednesday.She's urging women to reframe how they view their finances. Suze Orman CBS News "The biggest mistake women are still making is that they are saying...


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