Financial planning for women, at every stage of life

From saving for your first house to planning for retirement, the best way to manage your finances as a working woman will evolve over time

The best financial advice for professional women can vary depending on their age, circumstances and dependents. Here, Carol Brick of the specialist consultancy Her Money offers advice to three fictional clients at different stages of their personal and working lives

The thirtysomething

A woman in her early 30s is employed by a small company and earns a salary of €39,000. She is single, has no children, is living with her parents and saving ...