A New Study from Allianz highlights shifting household dynamics. The "Women, Money, and Power" study indicates the role of women looks to be changing significantly. 51% of women say they control the finances of the house. 53% say they are responsible for saving and investing in the house. 37% of married women say they are the primary breadwinner of the family compared to 2013 when only 31% reported the same. "Whether from a degree or on the job training, many professional skills absolutely carry over into household finances and give women confidence to play a big role in this area," said Lacy Manning, an Insurance Professional.
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