The age-old battle of the sexes certainly holds its own stereotypes: men are action-oriented, women crave deep discussion; he tends to score higher on math tests, while she excels at language-based tasks. But when it comes to money and credit management should men still be the de-facto household CFO as in the past? Perhaps not, according to new research from Experian, which suggests that old stereotypes that applaud men as good money managers may no longer hold their weight.
Experian’s Great Credit Divide Gender Trends Study revealed female superiority in money management, with women leading men in credit health and debt management despite lower average salaries.
How do we stack up against one another? Read on to find out.