Women, more often than not are the CFO of their household. Our friends at The Financial Brand have compiled research from Regions Bank, Allianz and other sources showing that women feel like financial management of the household ends up being their responsibility in spite of their feeling less confident in financial matters compared to men.

44% of women said they are solely responsible for making financial decisions for their household, compared to 35% of men. However, men rated their overall confidence in handling finances higher (6.20 on a seven-point confidence scale) than women (only 5.86). Women under age 50 rated their confidence even lower (5.61).

The largest confidence gap between women and men is in the area of investing, where women respondents showed a confidence level of 4.75 on a seven-point scale compared to 5.42 for men. For the entire article click here.