Millions of women are missing out on thousands of dollars in investment earnings because they are not in the best performing funds, research shows.
Bianca Hartge-Hazelman is a financial journalist and founder of women's money-goal magazine Financy.com.au. She is a regular Fairfax Money contributor and former Fairfax Media reporter. She writes on women's money and career issues, property, equity markets and personal finance.
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