A collection of books coming out this spring will help you make strategic tweaks for your future—and they're all aimed at women.
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No matter your life stage, it's always a good time to assess your financial situation. Luckily, a collection of finance books coming out this spring will help you make strategic tweaks for your future—and they're aimed at women, in particular.

All of the authors featured here are women you want to have in your corner, cheering you on as you prioritize saving, investing, and retiring. They've already jumped through the hurdles of success to make their own money, and now they're here to show you: You deserve that success, too.

Ahead are spring 2022's very best finance books—and they're all featuring women who are changing the money game.

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