International Women’s Day has its roots in the Suffragette Movement fighting for the right to vote.

Nowadays the day not only celebrates the achievements of women, but highlights continued efforts to achieve equality for women socially, economically, culturally and politically.

This ethos embraces financial independence and the freedom to choose how to spend the fruits of your labour.

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