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Ginger Dean is a licensed psychotherapist and founder of the personal finance website Girls Just Wanna Have Funds. The site has been highlighted in USNews, MSNBC, LifeHacker, Consumerist and Wall Street Journal for finance content that explores the intersection of women and personal finance.

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How to Build an International Brand for Less than $500

(0) Comments | Posted November 18, 2015 | 11:13 AM

Building a business on a shoestring budget, let alone an international one, seems almost impossible. However, breaking down your business goals one-by-one, as well as your personal motivating goals, can make all the difference in seeing your dream business manifest into reality.

Gwen Jimmere, CEO & Founder of natural hair...

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How The First Black Woman To Own A Natural Hair Product Patent Uses It As A Wealth Generator

(3) Comments | Posted September 21, 2015 | 4:08 PM

If you're a small business owner, intellectual property is an essential resource. However, because it isn't a physical tool, many people tend to forget its necessity or are just unaware of its importance.

Luckily for Gwen Jimmere, she recently made history by being the first black woman to receive...

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Financial Abuse: 6 Signs and What You Can Do About it

(1) Comments | Posted July 28, 2014 | 5:40 PM

Financial abuse is something that we rarely discuss openly since it is often insidious and wrapped up in the confines of what appears to be otherwise, a normal relationship. Very rarely do the women in these relationships speak of the issue because of the shame attached to having to account...

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Back On Her Feet: 5 Ways Women Can Get Back On the Road To Financial Independence

(1) Comments | Posted December 19, 2013 | 9:17 PM

Women often face the difficult choice of balancing their careers when caring for a child, parent or partner. This can often have detrimental effects when getting back into the work place.

Sadly, the longer a woman stays out of work, the harder it is to get back into her field...

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