The Gender Gap Series: Saving Women : Planet Money Women invest far less of their paychecks than men do. Sallie Krawcheck spent her career on Wall Street and she says this is a problem we need to solve.
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The Gender Gap Series: Saving Women

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The Gender Gap Series: Saving Women

The Gender Gap Series: Saving Women

The Gender Gap Series: Saving Women

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This episode is a part of our week-long series, The Gender Gap, where we're re-running some of our favorite stories about the gender gap in the economy. This story originally ran in July of 2018.

Sallie Krawcheck spent her career on Wall Street and she says the gender investment gap is a problem we need to solve, and a problem we can solve.

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