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By Chuck Myers
Thursday, April 11, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Financial information targeted specifically for women is just a few clicks away on the Internet.

Several websites cater to the financial interests of women, from asset allocation to retirement planning.

Here is a sampling: Touches on a variety of financial subjects important to women.

Nolo: Features personal financial guide on managing money, surviving divorce and planning for retirement.

Women's Institute for Financial Education: Provides features on financial matters, such as taxes, retirement, and budgeting and planning.

Department of Labor: Covers aspects of an employer retirement plan and tracking Social Security benefits.

Source: MCT Information Services

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