Does gender (man or woman) matter with regards to our ability to save more money?
I don't think it really relies on gender although I am sure their is a correlation. I think it has more to do with the importance of material things, susceptibility to commercialism, and the need for instant gratification. Those that don't value these things tend to save more than those that don't.
No, men are just as capable of being spendaholics or savers as females are.
Not in my experience, no. I adore studying Dave Ramsey, male, who became a millionaire from saving and spending wisely. However, my boyfriend spends every dime he earns. On the other hand, I save 40% of what I make because I don't have to pay for where I live because I positioned myself right here for the exact purpose. The money adds up and my savings are flourishing. Anyone can save money, they just need to find the tools to doing it.
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