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Anna Haotanto

Growing up, Anna Haotanto’s family lived in a rented flat. Her parents, not financially savvy, only made enough to cover their rent and food. Between long work hours in the finance industry and smart investment decisions, Anna had saved her first million by the age of 29. Today, she runs The New Savvy, a startup that aims to educate women in financial literacy.

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Anna Haotanto

Growing up, Anna Haotanto’s family lived in a rented flat. Her parents, not financially savvy, only made enough to cover their rent and food. Between long work hours in the finance industry and smart investment decisions, Anna had saved her first million by the age of 29. Today, she runs The New Savvy, a startup that aims to educate women in financial literacy.

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