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Infographic: Women more focused than men on cutting card debt

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When the Javelin Strategy & Research team polled men and women about their top financial goals in 2011, women were more frugal-minded

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When Javelin Strategy & Research asked about 3,000 men and women to name their key financial strategies for 2011, they got mostly the same answers. Women, however, showed a slight but measurable tendency to want to cut spending and increase savings, and to pay off outstanding credit card balances.

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